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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Ctrl-C does not work in shell
jim bo wrote:
> I have the same problem not being able to stop apps using CRL-C and such
> key combinations.
I've seen this too - will look into the cause.
> I'm having a problem right now mounting an NFS share on
> uClinux-2.4.32-uc0 on Microblaze. (followed Jason Wu tutorial for
> setting up on an ML401)
> When I try to mount the share (which can be NFS mounted by other
> machines on the network), it fails saying the server is not responding,
> still trying. The problem is it doesn't ever return to the shell
> prompt. I suppose it's possible the system has simply crashed and is
> not accepting input. But I've also had the problem when I first tried
> using ping from the uClinux shell... and there was no escaping it It's
> quite a bit of time to have to redownload the kernel image again.
Are you running the "portmap" daemon on the uClinux board?
Select it in the userspace menuconfig, under network apps.
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