TeraTerm was indeed the culprit - when I tried Hyperterm, I got a valid
After doing the 'two bootloader monte' I was able to flash the latest
of u-boot. Another download and tweak of the environment variables, and now
I've got the latest filesystem running.
>From: Craig Hughes <craig@...>
>Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Can't seem to upgrade u-boot
>Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 15:57:25 -0800
>On Mar 6, 2005, at 1:38 PM, Gordo R. wrote:
>>terminal program I'm using is TeraTerm which has support for Kermit
>As far as I can tell, TeraTerm *says* it supports kermit, but what it's
>actually supporting is some non-kermit thing which seems to obey the kermit
>protocol from the outside, but doesn't actually send the file you tell it
>to. It might be line-ending related, but it seems to be more than that
>iirc. Hyperterm is dirt slow doing kermit (hardcoded tiny window size I
>think), but it at least works.