I am using an AirLink LS300 trying to write a hello world application and deploy it to the device. I have followed the steps shown here
to configure the hardware via the ACEManager. I have also followed the steps shown here
to install the Development Studio IDE and create a basic hello world app. I am able to connect to the device (Remote Systems Explorer -> right click on connection -> connect) but when I try to run the application it gets stuck. It starts at “Launching hello_world: 60%” and shortly advances to 63% where it hangs indefinitely. I have let it try to connect for about half an hour just to be … sure.
I have been able to connect over both USB (192.168.14.31) and Ethernet (192.168.13.31)
I reset the LS300 to factory defaults and tried again with no luck.
I’ve installed the IDE on 2 machines (Debian, Win7) and see the exact same behavior, so that leads me to believe the issue may be with the LS300 config?
Has anyone seen this behavior before or have any suggestions? Did I overlook something?
Also perhaps relevant, I am unable to get working shell with SSH. I authenticate with user/12345 but the console only spits out “OK” and does not accept any of my input. I can’t do an ls, for example. Tried from linux/win7.
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