If one were going do a CE .NET build for the IA-1, what drivers would he/she use for Audio, Display, and Network (Clipper) and 802.11b USB? Are there any drivers available that are not included with CE .NET?
Check the hardware specs on ia1hacking.com for chipset information, that should lead you to the drivers you will need for the hardware (USB/Audio/Display at least, can someone do an lspci for the clipper and send it to me? It'd be nice to have that info too)...
I'm still new to CE.NET, and although I can find what some of the drivers are, I'm not really certain how to get them installed. I have a Compaq-branded Clipper device (which I define as an IA-1 with built-in Ethernet). I can get CE.NET up and running, but can't seem to get sound or ethernet to work. USB doesn't seem to be working either (at least the USB mouse I have isn't).
The ethernet seems to be based on the AMD AM79C978 chip, but I can't find more than a single DLL to support it (and have no idea how to 'install' it).
Anyone else worked with CE.NET and had any better luck?
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Has anybody succesfully tried out a CE image. I have the Developer kit and can make the image but I would have no idea of what to do with it. I can make a full internet appliance image of about 16 megs, but what do I do with it afterwards. Do I need a bootloader or what.
Yes, I've done it... just take the nk.bin from your build and load it using loadcepc.exe. Easiest thing to do is to make a DOS bootable CF card, loadcepc.exe and nk.bin on it. Boot the CF card on the iPaq and run 'loadcepc /L:800x600x16'.
My problem is getting CE.Net support for the AMD ethernet chip in the clipper unit I have...
Does anybody know who made the motherboard itself? This could help us in locating an already made BSP with all the good stuff in it. (BSP is a board support package with all drivers included) If anybody knows who made them let me know and I willl contact the company to see if they release it. Or maybe they sell a similar board and have an available BSP.
Has anyone looked at modifying the version of CE that comes with the IA-1 (2.12)? Can we just replace whatever binaries are needed to make it work like a "normal" CE machine. CE isn't a bad OS and works well with limited hardware.
I just started experimenting with Embedded XP development and am unable to get the IA-1 to boot off a compactflash card. I am getting the 0x0..07b Boot Device error, which leads me to believe that I included the wrong IDE driver in the build. Any suggestions?
BACKGROUND INFO: I ran TA.exe on an IA-1 and then proceeded to check dependencies in Target Designer to help me build a simple demo OS. It identifies a problem or missing component and allows me to select from a list for what seems to be a harddrive controller.
did you get anywhere with the win CE 30 thing?
I was really interested in trying this out as I feel
that BeIA has no mail client, which is too bad as then the machine would be great to turn over to one of my relitives. If CE had a browser and mail client, then it would work great . rdesktop would be nice as well.
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