If you get the usbnet working on the audiostix2 you can transfer files via scp.

scp file root@gumstix-ip:file

The wiki really needs a page about how to transfer files to the gumstix.

-RobB

On 1/30/07, Julien Lebot <lesnip3r@hotmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

I'm brand new to the Gumstix platform and to a lesser extend to Linux
programming, so I have a few questions regarding this platform.
First how do I install the programs I have compiled with the toolchain ? Do
I need to flash the new buildroot each time ? I need a fast way to test my
programs (debugging process), how can I do that ?

Secondly, I need a fast shared bus to communicate with high speed
peripherals (eg an FPGA that manage a VGA screen etc...), and also a few
slow peripherals; therefore I though about a bus controller/ bridge
connected to the PXA but how can I manage to do that ? Is it possible ?

Finally, I have this LCD screen
( http://www.dontronics-shop.com/product.php?productid=16381&cat=263&page=1)
and as you can see there is some signals that I don't know how to interface
with the gumstix like RS (register select), WR (write signal strobe), and RD
(read signal strobe). Is there a way to connect them ? This LCD looks
different from the LCD showed in the wiki.

Thank you very much for you answers :-)
Julien

NB: I have a gumstix connex 400xm and the audiostix2

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