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Modtronix Network Bootloader for SBC68EC, where to download?
« on: February 27, 2015, 01:20:42 PM »
Hello everybody,

This is my first post on the forum. I'm trying to find a solution and maybe somebody whould like to help me?
I bought a unit SBC68EC in 2006 I think, when I was finishing studies, and I made my project to get my diploma. After that I left everything in a drawer and dedicated to other things, nothing about electronics..
Now I need to manage just a relé as a starter for a AC generator, so I was still able to make an small hardware as a dougther board for my sbc68ec. My problem is that I can't change the web pages because the link to donwload the Network Bootloader doesn't work any more.
I also tryed with the version I used in 2006, but I was using a windows XP computer, seems like it doesn't work on my w 8.1
There is no link avalable  at the old website, and I can't find it anywhere else.

Is there any way to donwload a version for my SO?
Is possible to change the files in the memory of my sbc68ec with Netcruzer used for SBC66EC?

Thank you very much in advance

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Re: Modtronix Network Bootloader for SBC68EC, where to download?
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2015, 01:32:37 PM »
I fixed the link on the old site. You can now download the version for windows 7/8:
http://oldsite.modtronix.com/soft/netloader/

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Re: Modtronix Network Bootloader for SBC68EC, where to download?
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2015, 02:18:51 PM »
Thank you very much!

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Re: Modtronix Network Bootloader for SBC68EC, where to download?
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2015, 12:16:35 AM »
Hello again.

thanks for your help last time. I'm having a new problem, and maybe somebody could help me again. It whould be great.

I'm just trying to change the http port from 80 to an other one, because my Internet Provider can't open the 80 for me. So I decided to use an other one, for exemple 45 (I checked and seems like it is not usualy used). I donwloaded the MPlab 8.50 IDE, and then installed MPlab C18 compilier on C:/mcc18v302 folder. I changed the port on projdefs.h on http configuration zone and tryed to build the project. At the begining there were some problems with the language toolsuit location. I found the information I have to locate the compiler on that folder, etc.  Now seems like the problem is there are some files lost, and I'm wondering how is it possible if I didn't replace or erased anything.

I'm using a SBC68EC HW: v3.20 BLN: V1.1 and SW: V3.06.

How is possible the default project cant be buit? It should work, isn't it?

I attached an image with the message.

Thank you very much in advance.

Rafa

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Re: Modtronix Network Bootloader for SBC68EC, where to download?
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2015, 04:58:31 PM »
Hello,

I finaly was able to build the project with mplab 8.50 and mcc18 compiler. The first I did was change the ip from the projdefs.h file, changing the original one (10.1.0.1) for 192.168.1.45, and the http port from 80 to 45. It worked fine, but my internet provider didn't want to open this port for me, and they offer the 2000. So I thought there is no problem because is easy to change it again. My surprise is now, after all, I build the project with the new values, but the sbc is always on the 192.168.1.45.
It is very strange because I'm able to add code on the mxwebsrv.c, and the changes I add at the place where says "//Add your application speicifc tasks here." works (just an specific value for an output port), however it doesn't change the ip and http port number!

Not even the download hex file changes the ip to the original one!

it's driving me crazy. Is there somebody who had the same problem anytime?

thank you very much