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We mentioned previously that we're working towards posting all of the beta source code online.
The repository isn't quite ready yet, but I wanted to make the source available here. This includes all of the enhancements in the v4.1.1 source tree (including serial port bugfixes, i2c/spi enhancements, sdhc code, usb bugfixes, etc.)
The only beta code missing from this zip file is the beta PWM code, which is being replaced with an enhanced implementation in the 4.1.2/4.2.0 branch. We'll post the new version of that with the beta of 4.1.2/4.2.0.
To build the beta firmware, simply copy this archive over a new installation of the .NET Micro Framework v4.1 QFE1 PK and then follow the build instructions.
Thank you all for your contributions to .NET MF and the Netduino project,
do you mind uploading the Netduino Plus v4.1.1 beta 1 firmware source too?
There's a PHY support class in the .NET Micro Framework source. It'd probably take a few days, max. It's probably only a few hundred lines of code. And many PHYs are similar--so it may be even quicker/easier than that.
Is the standard used between the Davicom PHY and the SAM7 MII or RMII?
Hi fellow community members,
I can't quite figure out how the relations and dependencies are beetween TinyBooter, TinyCLR, the firmware that is being updated and uploaded on this page and .Net Micro Framework 4.1. Is the firmware provided by this site basically "just" new HAL and PAL implementations? Is it correct to assume that it is possible to tweak all of these software parts by changing the source code? Can anyone fill me in or direct me to some sort of documentation or articles and stuff?
Thx in advance