The Loadcepc bootloader is designed to support an x86 processor-based device and is provided as part of the CEPC BSP for use in the development process. The Loadcepc requires the target device to boot to DOS to function.
The Loadcepc bootloader can launch a Compact 7 OS run-time image, an NK.BIN file, from the target device’s local storage. It can be used to launch the Eboot.bin and Sboot.bin bootloader, from the target device, to establish connection to the development station to download an OS run-time image.
The Loadcepc bootloader is provided as part of the CEPC BSP for Compact 7, in the following directory:
Following are some of the Loadcepc bootloader usage examples:
; Launch the NK.BIN file, CE OS run-time image, with 2 parameters. ; The /C switch specify the COM port for sending serial debug messages. ; The /L switch specify the display resolution Loadcepc /C:1 /L:1024x768x16 NK.BIN ; Launch the EBOOT.BIN file, Eboot loader with the following parameters. ; The /C switch specify the COM port for sending serial debug messages. ; The /L switch specify the display resolution ; This is used in the environment with DHCP service, and both the target ; device & development station are on the same subnet. Loadcepc /C:1 /L:1024x768x16 EBOOT.BIN ; Launch the EBOOT.BIN file, Eboot loader with the following parameters ; The /e switch specify 0x320 I/O port, IRQ-5, 192.168.1.232 static IP ; for target device with a NE2000 interface. ...