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How to get an [Enc28j60 ENC28J60-H] working on the Hammer board
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[[Hammer_Getting_Started|Getting Started]] - A step by step guide to getting started with the [[Hammer_Board]]
  
First you have to get an [Enc28j60 ENC28J60-H], the following links may be usefull:
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[[Hammer_How_to_build_Kernel|How to build a custom kernel]] for the [[Hammer_Board]]
  
*[http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=765 SparkFun]
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[[Hammer_How_to_buildroot|How to build the buildroot]] and the kernel for the [[Hammer_Board]]
*[http://www.olimex.com/dev/enc28j60-h.html Olimex]
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*[http://www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=1335&dDocName=en022889 MicroChip]
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*[http://microcontrollershop.com/product_info.php?cPath=98&products_id=1390 uC Pro's]
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Next we will be soldering it on to the [Hammer_Carrier Hammer Carrier board]
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[[Hammer_How_to_Thumb_Drive|How to add a USB Thumb Drive]] to the [[Hammer_Board]]
  
We will need an aux 3.3V regulator as the ENC28J60-H can draw up to 250ma from its supply.
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[[Hammer_How_to_USB_Ethernet|How to add a USB Ethernet]] adapter to the [[Hammer_Board]]
Make sure that your 5V main power supply can supply the Hammer as well as the ENC28J60-H.
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Insert picture of the result
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[[Hammer_How_to_JFFS2_Root|How to use JFFS2 Flash]] for the root partition on [[Hammer_Board]]
  
Insert picture of the wires soldered to the SPI, VccAux & Gnd points
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[[Hammer_How_to_USB_FTDI|How to add a USB FTDI Serial]] adapter to the [[Hammer_Board]]
  
Software driver info:
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[[Hammer_How_to_Enc28j60|How to add an ENC28j60 SPI ethernet interface]] to the [[Hammer_Board]]
  
The Good  Kernel SPI API
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[[Hammer_How_to_Networking|TCPIP Networking,]] Getting the .config necessary for TCPIP to work.
  The Bad  &
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    The Ugly  The current "driver"
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[[Hammer_How_to_Console|How To Console]] Settings and minimal configurations for console interface.
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[[Hammer_How_to_Reflash_Apex_and_kernel|How to reflash Apex & the Kernel]]
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[[Hammer_How_to_use_Jtag|How use the flyswatter]] to recover from a bricked [[Hammer_Board]]
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[[Hammer_How_to_use_LCD|How to add an LCD]] to the [[Hammer_Board]]
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[[Hammer_Uart2_Configuration|How to Configure Uart2]] on the [[Hammer_Board]]
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[[Hammer_LED_Driver_Module]]
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[[Category:TCT-Hammer]]
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[[Category:TinCanTools]]

Latest revision as of 01:25, 28 January 2010

This is the index for the How-To section

Getting Started - A step by step guide to getting started with the Hammer_Board

How to build a custom kernel for the Hammer_Board

How to build the buildroot and the kernel for the Hammer_Board

How to add a USB Thumb Drive to the Hammer_Board

How to add a USB Ethernet adapter to the Hammer_Board

How to use JFFS2 Flash for the root partition on Hammer_Board

How to add a USB FTDI Serial adapter to the Hammer_Board

How to add an ENC28j60 SPI ethernet interface to the Hammer_Board

TCPIP Networking, Getting the .config necessary for TCPIP to work.

How To Console Settings and minimal configurations for console interface.

How to reflash Apex & the Kernel

How use the flyswatter to recover from a bricked Hammer_Board

How to add an LCD to the Hammer_Board

How to Configure Uart2 on the Hammer_Board

Hammer_LED_Driver_Module