The SDK includes a
comprehensive list of applications. Below is a summary of
these applications and what they do. Many of these
applications are just standard applications that have been
compiled for the ETRAX platform, but some are developer by
Axis specifically for the ETRAX platform.
||Implements a mini init daemon.
||Simple Telnet server - allows you to log on to the developer board.
This is the default telnet server.
||Lightweight FTP server.
||Lightweight FTP client.
||Ash is a fairly small Bourne compatible shell which offers the power and flexibility of
shell scripting for an embedded system.
||High performance web server with support for CGI.
||This program is a minimal SMTP client that takes an email message body and passes it
on to a SMTP server (default is the MTA on the local host).
||Sets/gets bootblock parameters using a specified device.
||Input / Output test utility.
||Program to test serial port functionality.
||Program for setting or getting status from parallel port serial port, button,
and some other useful devices.
||Sysklogd provides two system utilities which provide support for system logging and kernel
message trapping. Support of both internet and Unix domain sockets enables this
utility package to support both local and remote logging.
||An easy to use text editor.
||This is a simple CGI based editor and file browser.
||Login is used when signing onto a system. It can also be used to switch from one user to
another at any time (most modern shells have support for this feature built into
||Complete DHCP client.
||Busybox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single
||Daemon for setting IP address with ARP+Ping in user-space.
||Implements a NAT
(Network Address Translation) firewall.
||The gdbserver will help you debug user applications running on the Developer Board for Bluetooth
||Flash erasing utility.
||Utility for reading bits on ETRAX general purpose I/O
||PPP daemon, which negotiates with the peer to establish
the link and sets up the PPP network interface.