Intermec 700 CABs


W

Wapiti

Intermec says:
"Although the 700 series is built with the XScale processor, it is a part of
the StrongARM family. When compiling applications for PPC 2002, you will
build for the ARM processor. With the introduction of PPC 2003 the newer
processor type ARMv4 was introduced, and that is what you compile for that
operating system."

We're trying to install our test system's cab files:
netcf.core.ppc3.arm.cab
system_sr_enu.cab
sql.ppc3.arm.cab

But we're getting errors on the install of netcf.*.cab and
l.ppc3*.cab -- something about not matching the operating system.

*I'm being told the error message third party, so sorry for having to be so
vague.

Should we maybe be using the cabs for a different processor??
 
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T

Thore Berntsen

If it is a 2003 device you should use netcf.all.wce4.ARMV4.cab not
netcf.core.ppc3.arm.cab.

I also think that You must make sure that the first CAB that is installed is
..NET CF cab,in other words netcf.all.wce4.ARMV4.cab or
netcf.core.ppc3.arm.cab depending on OS. Intermec has it's own system for
installing cabfiles from a storage card after a coldboot. You can spesify
the order in file called AutoCab.dat This is explained in their
documentation. This don't work on the mono terminals even if the
documentation says it shall! I have discovered that the hard way...

Thore Berntsen

Norway
 
W

Wapiti

That is exactly what it was ARMv4,

THANKS Peter and Thore.

So, off topic question - is there a FAQ for this ng? Are replying with 'yes
it works' statements appreciated or looked down upon? I find it lets others
know, searching the archived messages, that it did indeed work and they
should try it. Is there a FAQ?
 
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