Software for the foxboard
Software for the Foxboard
Below is some software I compiled for the foxboard.
These applications are build for a Foxboard running a Linux 2.4 kernel and with glibc library (delivered by default with the FOX with Kernel 2.4.x)
You can download the cross-compiled versions below, but without any liability. Usage is completely on your own risk. However these programs are what is called free software, the rights of the authors are protected.
<ul> <li><a href="/downloads/busybox">busybox with crond, crontab and rdate [295.6 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/cvs-1.11.22-cris-1matto.tgz">cvs [225.2 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/lynx2.8.5-cris-1matto.tgz">lynx-2.8.5 [803.7 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/m4-1.4.4-cris-1matto.tgz">GNU m4-1.4.4 [39.4 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/make-3.81-cris-1.matto.tgz">GNU make-3.81 [71.1 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/ngircd-0.9.2-cris-1matto.tgz">ngird-0.9.2 [51 kb]</a> <br />turns your foxboard into a irc-server</li> <li><a href="/downloads/rsync-2.6.8-cris-1matto.tgz">rsync 2.6.8 [134.1 kb]</a></li> <li><a href="/downloads/scrollZ-184.108.40.206-cris-1matto.tgz">ScrollZ-220.127.116.11 [271.2 kb]</a> <br />ScrollZ is a very nice text mode irc-client, see <a href="http://scrollz.mindwipe.org/">scrollz.mindwipe.org</a></li> </ul> <h2>About these packages</h2> <p>I build these packages on a Slackware Linux box, using the SDK of Axis. This is how I use them:</p> <p>In the foxboard I have put an USB-pen, with an ext2-formatted partition mounted to /usr/local. <br />The root of the USB-pen contains bin, etc, lib to create /usr/local/bin, /usr/local/etc/, /usr/local/lib. The packages mentioned above are put in these directories (except busybox, I did put that in the flash-image). </p> <p>The cvs program works completely fine with dropbear (the standard replacement of ssh in the foxboard-image). So on a remote system you can do something like:
export CVS_RSH=ssh cvs -d <username>@<hostname>:/path/to/repository checkout <directoryname>
Also when using rsync dropbear is completely transparent: it works exact like you would expect from ssh. </p>