Hi,=0AI bought a netmmc + connex200xm, I assembled everything, connected to=
an eth switch and powered it up.=0AThe led on the switch corresponding to =
the connex didn't light up, leds on the netmmc card blink at a regular inte=
rval and no DHCP requests come to my dhcp server. I tried both with a pair =
eth cable and with a crossed one.=0AThe hardware seems to be defective, wha=
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I've got a bunch of new stuff from Gumstix and am looking for some
advice. The kit is:
* Verdex XL6P=20
* LCD panel=20
I saw previous postings about the consoleLCD-vx and verdex boards not
sitting well together, and followed the advice and plugged them together
First time power brought up the uBoot messages on the console which ran
for a bit and then stopped. I was expecting a login prompt, but didn't
get there. Also, the lights on the boards have gone out.
Recycling the power (Gumstix supplied 5V) didn't produce anything at
I've tried disconnecting the consoleLCD-vx and applying power through
the netwifimicroSD. It's difficult to tell if anything is going on
because I haven't been able to apply the Ethernet adapter driver, but
whilst I get lights up on the netwifimicroSD, no lights on the XL6P.
I'm a bit concerned that I've got some dead kit. Can anyone offer any
From: Dave Hylands <dhylands@gm...> - 2006-12-15 17:31:34
> I bought a netmmc + connex200xm, I assembled everything, connected to an eth
> switch and powered it up.
> The led on the switch corresponding to the connex didn't light up, leds on
> the netmmc card blink at a regular interval and no DHCP requests come to my
> dhcp server. I tried both with a pair eth cable and with a crossed one.
> The hardware seems to be defective, what you think about?
To be completely sure, you should unplug the ethernet cable from the
back of a working device and plug it into the gumstix. If it still
doesn't work, then you've most likely got a bad netMMC board.
Vancouver, BC, Canada