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Web platform: uIP TCP/IP stack with SD card

Posted on Thursday, June 17th, 2010 in tcpip, web platforms by Ian

The uIP TCP/IP stack for the web platform now lists and reads files from an SD card.

You can now read files and list directories from the SD card.

There’s also a ‘sddump’ command that will dump sectors from the sd card in the same way that¬† memdump dumps memory, for troubleshooting.

The latest uIP port source is in the SVN. Previous updates here.

Seeed is making a small second batch of web platforms. You can probably backorder one at Seeed, they should be available in a few weeks.

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2 Responses to “Web platform: uIP TCP/IP stack with SD card”

  1. Shadyman says:

    Yay, I got my Web Platform from the second batch :D

  2. me says:

    where do we get the files, and programms?
    i’v found an mpfs generator on the internet and this works fine.
    my server is working now and online, but not with the sd-card option.
    it wont see files on it ..

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