Building a CEPC Run-Time Image for Use with an Ethernet Card

Building a CEPC Run-Time Image for Use with an Ethernet Card (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/5/2010

Before building a run-time image to use with an Ethernet card, open an existing Windows Embedded CE operating system (OS) design that includes the board support package (BSP) for the Windows Embedded CE PC-based hardware platform (CEPC). To build a run-time image for use with an Ethernet card, verify that your OS design includes the correct Ethernet card support, or add support for a network card, and then build your run-time image.

If you have not previously configured an OS design, you can use the OS Design Wizard to create an OS design based on the CEPC x86 board support package (BSP). For information about creating an OS design, see Creating an OS Design with the Windows Embedded CE OS Design Wizard.

  1. On the View menu, choose Other Windows, and then choose Catalog Items View.

  2. Expand Device Drivers, and then browse to Networking\Local Area Networking (LAN) devices.

  3. Verify that the Local Area Networking (LAN) devices node includes a selected Catalog item that corresponds to the type of network card installed in your CEPC.

    For example, if you are using an ISA network card, verify that under the Local Area Networking (LAN) devices node, the NE2000-compatible (ISA card) Catalog item is selected.

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    If the Local Area Networking (LAN) devices node does not include a selected Catalog item for your Ethernet card, add support for your Ethernet card to the OS design. The following procedure shows how to add support for an Ethernet card.

  1. On the View menu, choose Other Windows, and then choose Catalog Items View.

  2. Expand Device Drivers, and then browse to Networking\Local Area Networking (LAN) devices.

  3. If you installed an NE2000-compatible PCI card on your CEPC, select the check box next to NE2000-compatible (PCI card).

    - or -

    If you installed an NE2000-compatible ISA card on your CEPC, select the check box next to NE2000-compatible (ISA card).

    - or -

    Select the check box next to the entry that matches the description of the network card installed on your CEPC.

The next time that you build the OS design into a run-time image, it will include support for your Ethernet card.

  1. From the Build menu, on the Global Build Settings sub-menu, verify that Copy Files to Release Directory After Build and Make Run-Time Image After Build are both selected.

  2. From the Build menu, choose Advanced Build Commands, and then choose Sysgen.

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