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1999\09\22@145946 by Simon Redwood

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Can anyone please help, I need to upload and execute the following srecord
into a M68HC11.

I believe it must first be converted into binary format,is this correct ?

Second how do I get it to execute ?

S105B6007E00AD
S105B601E8007B
S105B602510042
S105B6701B58
S105B674EFF3
S105B676DCBA
S105B6800000
S105B6810000
S105B6820000

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Simon

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1999\09\22@171821 by David Duley

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On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 19:57:53 +0100, you wrote:

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Hi Simon!
Its been a while since I've messed with MOTs processors but here
goes...
No you do not have to convert it to anything but what you have.  This
is a standard "S" record.  There should me some form of monitor rom on
the system that you are uploading it to.  Most of the motorola stuff
is loosely based on the old MIKBUG of the original 6800 days.  Usually
a "L" command followed by the ascii "S" record.  The "S" record is
followed by a "S9" record that indicates "End of transmission".  The
old monitors I used had a "J" command followed by a 4 hex digit
address.  This would commence execution at that address.

You might check the motorola web sites and look for monitor reference
info.  There are several for the HC11.

Best regards
Dave Duley

1999\09\22@183746 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 14:15 22/09/99 -0700, you wrote:
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Not quite so,
The HC11 has an internal boot loader sequence that is entered into at reset
with the conditions of MODA and MODB. The Srecord in this case is loaded
into the first 256 bytes of RAM only. If this is a bootloader for more
code, the frist block must be an exec file to load the bytes above and
beyond the first 256.

All that aside youre file seems to be missing some bytes. Anyway you will
find bootloader stuff in the big HC11 book. Note that these boot loadres
are for loading larger files!, but it will give you the basic idea on what
is required, just remember your file size, of course you can have more RAM
and use that too!

Now the file is loaded byte by byte until 256 bytes are loaded (At which
time the processor will reset and execuite from 0000 (Default bootloader
reset vector (See the stuff on interrupts and vectors)). As for the file,
yep binary for the bootloader only (The examples are for S-record in the
extended code, but you may use binary)

But why a HClemon? Why not a good functional processor like a nice PIC,
AVR, 8051, perhaps one of them 4004 would be better for your purpose...
<VBG> ->(Huge in fact)

Dennis

1999\09\26@182548 by Robert M. McClure

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At 08:43 AM 9/23/99 +1000, Dennis Plunkett wrote:
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Sorry for the delay in adding my bit, but downloading code to HC11's is
quite easy.  I have, and will be happy to supply to anyone interested,
a MS-DOS program for downloading S records.  This program supplies its
own boot block code, does verification, etc.  If there is much demand
I will put it up on a web site.

Bob

1999\09\26@184039 by Simon Redwood

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> Sorry for the delay in adding my bit,

not a problem, like I said, grateful for any help at all.

> but downloading code to HC11's is
> quite easy.  I have, and will be happy to supply to anyone interested,
> a MS-DOS program for downloading S records.  This program supplies its
> own boot block code, does verification, etc.  If there is much demand
> I will put it up on a web site.
>
> Bob
>

Would this happen to be in the form of source code, that it what I would
ideally like.  I have done the upload part once before through the serial
interface, but that was with a premade bootloader file, this time I have my
own code that I want to upload and execute.


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1999\09\26@204617 by Robert M. McClure

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At 11:38 PM 9/26/99 +0100, Simon Redwood wrote:
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I will be happy to provide the source for anyone to use for their own
purposes (but not to sell, unless, of course, they pay me a good commission).

Bob McClure

1999\09\27@052550 by wzab

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On Sun, Sep 26, 1999 at 05:43:23PM -0700, Robert M. McClure wrote:
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What about http://mot-sps.com/lit/html/an1010.html ?

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1999\09\27@110022 by Robert M. McClure

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At 11:24 AM 9/27/99 +0200, Wojciech Zabolotny wrote:
>On Sun, Sep 26, 1999 at 05:43:23PM -0700, Robert M. McClure wrote:
Stuff omitted......
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>What about http://mot-sps.com/lit/html/an1010.html ?
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That works too.

1999\09\27@142720 by Simon Redwood

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> At 11:24 AM 9/27/99 +0200, Wojciech Zabolotny wrote:
> >On Sun, Sep 26, 1999 at 05:43:23PM -0700, Robert M. McClure wrote:
> Stuff omitted......
> >
> >What about http://mot-sps.com/lit/html/an1010.html ?
> >
>
> That works too.
>

I have the above mentioned document, and have taken the A8 bootstrap
program, which is what I beleive I need.  But I also need to execute my own
few lines of code, to place a few values into EEPROM1, can these just be
added at the bottom of the S19 file, or not ?

There is only half a dozen values I want in the eeprom, through the serial
interface.  Do I have to bootstrap and then upload another program or can I
build it all in one ?


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Simon

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1999\09\27@170200 by Robert M. McClure

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At 07:26 PM 9/27/99 +0100, Simon Redwood wrote:
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You have to bootstrap and then upload another program.

Bob McClure
>Regards,
>Simon
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