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Status Report

Listings

Chapter 4
Not Done
Chapter 5
Done
Chapter 6
Not Done
Chapter 7
Not Done
Chapter 8
Not Done

Labs

Lab 00
Status: Complete
Observations: N/A (I already had linux installed)
Answers: N/A
Lab 01
Status: Complete
Observations: Using the SPED image, you can't boot your Beagle using USB OTG for power (it throws a kernel panic). This is because the kernel image included on image does not have the necessary USB gadget module built-in (its a dynamic module).
Answers: N/A
Lab 02
Status: Complete
Observations: Build.tar.gz is absolutely huge. Is all of that necessary? I find myself building the kernel outside of the OE tree because it is just too complicated otherwise. This is a great lab and one that I kept coming back to, its extremely important to the course
Answers: N/A
Lab 03
Status: Incomplete
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Lab 04
Status: Done
Observations: This lab is incomplete, but following its spirit, I configured the kernel to my liking. I had to reconfigure from the default Angstrom configuration when I wanted to get networking and power over USB working, since the USB OTG gadget had to be compiled into the kernel (it can't by a dynamic module). I used gconfig to configure it.
Answers: N/A
Lab 05
Status: Complete
Observations: I completed this short lab as part of Lab 08. In that lab I added an Example character device module to the necessary Kconfig file.
Answers: N/A
Lab 06
Status: Complete
Observations: I've spent a lot of time on this subject while trying to get static MAC addresses working. I wrote up a wiki article based on what I learned. See ECE497 Modifying Kernel Command Line Parameters.
Answers: N/A
Lab 07
Status: Not Started
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Lab 08
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Lab 11
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Lab 12
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Lab 13
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ECE497 Pages

These are pages that I have created in order to help the current and next class of ECE497 - Embedded 32-bit Linux

ECE497 Networking over USB

ECE497 Modifying Kernel Command Line Parameters