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This archive contains the firmware of an embedded Internet radio. Hardware Requirements --------------------- The following hardware has been tested: - Elektor Internet Radio EIR1.0C - Atmel AT91SAM9260-EK with Calypso board - egnite Ethernut 2.1 with Medianut 2 - egnite Ethernut 3.0 with Medianut 2 - egnite Ethernut 3.1 with Medianut 2 - egnite Ethernut 5.0 with Medianut 2 The AT91SAM7X256-EK may work as well, but in a very limited way. Software Requirements --------------------- You will need a cross toolchain for your target board. When running Windows on your host, check the following: - http://www.yagarto.de/ for ARM targets - http://winavr.sourceforge.net/ for AVR targets You further need the Nut/OS distribution, at least version 4.10. We tested the radio software with 4.10.3. Visit - http://www.ethernut.de/en/download/ Building with the Windows Installer ----------------------------------- Before running the installer, you need to download and install Nut/OS on your PC. The Windows installer of the webradio will then place the sources and binaries at the right places within your Nut/OS installation directory. When done with the installation, run the Nut/OS Configurator and select the right configuration file for your target. The following configuration files had been specifically created for the radio application: ethernut21b-medianut for all Ethernut 2.1 board revisions ethernut30e-medianut for all Ethernut 3.0 board revisions ethernut31d-medianut for all Ethernut 3.1 board revisions ethernut50f-medianut for all Ethernut 5.0 board revisions For the Elektor Internet Radio and the Atmel kits you can use the configuration files that are included in the Nut/OS distribution. After selecting the configuration file, you must build the Nut/OS libraries. This requires, that the related toolchain (YAGARTO, WinAVR etc.) is available. In order to create an instance of the ewebradio source code in your application build tree, select "Create sample tree" in the Nut/OS Configurator. The term create is misleading. In fact this can be also used to update existing application trees. More details are available in the Nut/OS Software Manual: - http://www.ethernut.de/en/documents/ Building with the Source Package -------------------------------- Install Nut/OS and the toolchain on your host PC. Configure the system for your target board. The Atmel kits should work with the configuration files included in the Nut/OS distribution. Special configuration files for Ethernut 2, 3 and 5 are available in this package in directory conf. Copy them to the Nut/OS nut/conf directory. When configured, build the Nut/OS libraries and create a sample directory using the Nut/OS Configurator. Copy the contents of the src directory in a new directory of your application sample directory. For example, if your application directory is ethernut-4.10.3/nutapp, then move the sources to ethernut-4.10.3/nutapp/ewebradio. Change to this new directory, make sure that the binary toolchain is available on the command line (PATH) and type make clean all This should build the binaries for your target board. On Ethernut 2 there is not enough flash space available for the web content. A special tool named ewebinit is provided to transfer the HTML files into the on-board DataFlash. You need to build and run this tool first. More details are available in the Nut/OS Software Manual: - http://www.ethernut.de/en/documents/ Using the Binaries ------------------ The Windows installer includes ready to use binaries, which will be placed in a target specific subdirectory of nut/bin/boards. Optional Modifications ---------------------- Beside changing the source code a few general items can be configured in the file UserConf.mk.
Source: README, updated 2012-03-21