> my aim with this mashine ... start my radio. that-s not what i want.
Yes, I understood. But if you can boot DOS on your Capio, why it doesn't help? No software available to do this job?
As I understand your problem is to boot something other than DOS, right? Perhaps LILO or GRUB can boot from DOC. See http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/linux-mtd/2000-July/000912.html
If you are going to use a jffs2 filesystem on it, you also win additional space on your 16MiB device due to the fact jffs2 does compression on the fly. My experience with another 16MiB DOC (on a different CPU board) is, you can have up to a ~21MiB filesystem on this device with jffs2. And GRUB supports jffs2.
> looks like it CAN boot from the net, but not on my mashine.
Seems so. But GRUB also can boot from network - if the network device is supported
> do you know the name of capio-s network card ?
Yes. Standard Intel 82559 (or something very similar to this chip, I have to reopen the Capio to read the exact device number).
The regular Linux e100 driver should work.
> the network adapter is alive when booted. but how to accees it?
A colleague worked with WCE in the past. He suggest to try a telnet connection to the target. Maybe the telnet daemon is present in this WCE image (I didn't test it yet).
> can i read the memory adresse within windoze ?
> the DOC does not show up in the bios and with
> the m-sys (dos) tool it is called "D". give me a hint to to do it
Hmmm. Maybe. You only have to read the area between 0xC0000 up to 0xFFFFF and pipe it into a file. I don't remember the exact pattern to search for, but this file/information would be very helpful for me. (I think "debug" is the tool that helps)
BTW: On sept. 30th was a similar question in a news group (I don't remeber the correct name, something with linux on embedded devices). Maybe these two persons can also help. I will try to connect them.