How to exchange file with OlinuXino-Micro

Started by flavigny, October 01, 2012, 10:15:53 pm

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flavigny

Hello,
currently I work on a maxi board and I load files by wget. it is perfect.
Now I have ordered a micro and hesitate to the roadmap.
- Of course, it is possible to move le sd card, il will be fastidious (and need reboot)
- I am investigating on a "good way".

I remember Kermit used past millenary, but I do'nt find equivallent product today.

I am able to start a capture by:
cat > target_file
then I send raw data (by windows hyperterminal)
when finished I terminate hitting ^D

Of course, it is not reliable nor convenient for binary files.

I plan to produce a "dump" (by od) on the source computer,
transfert the hexa file

And I have to write a bit of code to build back the original file on the O-micro.

So, the question: does someone knows such a program.

Regards.
PO.

Niii

And why don't use an usb->ethernet adapter ?


flavigny

thanks for your replies,

for Niii:
could you give me some models (low cost, of course) usable with the original SdCard by olimex (I am not able to build a new one now).

for dpwhittaker:
I downloaded http://mirror.archlinuxarm.org/arm/community/lrzsz-0.12.20-4-arm.pkg.tar.xz
but it appears that pacman is unknown on my OlinuxIno.

Regards
PO.

Niii

It depends which drivers are embedded into factory kernel build by Jeroends.
Maybe .config for 2.6.35 is available somewhere ?

dpwhittaker

October 02, 2012, 01:22:11 pm #5 Last Edit: October 02, 2012, 07:04:13 pm by dpwhittaker
Quote from: flavigny on October 02, 2012, 09:50:07 am
for dpwhittaker:
I downloaded http://mirror.archlinuxarm.org/arm/community/lrzsz-0.12.20-4-arm.pkg.tar.xz
but it appears that pacman is unknown on my OlinuxIno.

Regards
PO.


Ah, you are not on arch Linux distro.  I believe you can just unzip it with tar -xzvf and copy rz and sz into your /bin folder.  That should make it available.

Edit:  looks like tar -xJvf is the option if your tar supports it.  Otherwise you need a recent version of 7zip, the xz package from Ubuntu, any one of many built-in archive managers, etc.