I'm trying to compile StarterWare ethernet examples (enetLwip, enetEcho) using provided makefiles and CodeSourcery toolchain. App starts from microSD card (beagle bone) but it hangs on acquiring IP address.
StarterWare AM335x Boot Loader Copying application image from MMC/SD card to RAM Jumping to StarterWare Application... Acquiring IP Address...
When I apply same procedure to precompiled binary (AM335X_StarterWare_02_00_00_05/binary/armv7a/cgttms470_ccs/am335x/beaglebone/enet_lwip/enetLwip.bin) it works well. It acquires IP address and starts HTTP server.
Any suggestions how to fix this?
Can anybody comment on this, please?
Sorry for the late reply. However, I could get the gcc built app also working, without any changes. So can you please check the ethreal log for the same ?
No, there is nothing in ethereal log.
What version/toolchain you're using?
I'm using CodeSourcery release 2011-03, but also tried with latest one (2011-09).
We are using arm-2009q1-161-arm-none-eabi. The link to this toolchain is given in the user guide.
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