Even if i an make things work on that board, how can i build aproduct when they cant support me?
I talke with this company in last few days, and i think of going on with them.
They are not offering a 3g module but they know some proucuts work with thier board.
Any why, they answer emails fast, and i will make sure (wem meeting) that basic things works from the box.
In regards to the TS-7300:
We have the cross compiler available here from an x86 linux workstation:
A cross compiler for x86 windows here:
As well as Eclipse prepared to work with this toolchain:
As I had mentioned we also have a virtual machine prepared with the linux cross compiler:
For writing hello world, see section 7.2 of the manual here:
I had also mentioned a customer who had used a 3G USB adapter. ¬†That would be this model:
I cannot guarantee this will work out of the box on the TS-7300 as we have not tested it, but we do offer engineering services if you have trouble getting it to work. ¬†It looks like the support was added in 2.6.20, but there are workarounds to get it to work in previous kernels. ¬†The TS-7300 will use a 2.4.26 kernel by default.
If you wanted to look into our FPGA code we do have that available for the TS-7300 here: