help me get started with Embedded devices using Am29C020 c..

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Hi,

I would like some places to start to get the easiest program
programmed into
an AM29C020 EEprom to boot a single board computer.

I imagine seeing DOS or Linux booting up to say "Hello, World".

First I just want to see this thing boot to something else instead of
the WinCE that it boots to.

After that I can try to figure out how to program them myself with
some other programs. Embedded computers seem like fun!

Thanks!
 
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heirbrande wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I would like some places to start to get the easiest program
> programmed into
> an AM29C020 EEprom to boot a single board computer.
>
> I imagine seeing DOS or Linux booting up to say "Hello, World".
>
> First I just want to see this thing boot to something else instead of
> the WinCE that it boots to.
>
> After that I can try to figure out how to program them myself with
> some other programs. Embedded computers seem like fun!

Since you like the fun part, you might find the stuff you need at
mini-itx.com, and it's a great visit even if you don't, because they
cater to those who have carried embedded computing to ridiculous extremes.

--
-bill davidsen (davidsen@tmr.com)
"The secret to procrastination is to put things off until the
last possible moment - but no longer" -me