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This is the source for the firmware for TellStick Net. The firmware must be compiled on a Linux machine. Prerequisites ------------- The following software is required to build the firmware for TellStick Net. * Hi-Tech C Pro for the PIC18 MCU Family, version 9.63PL3 or later. The version 9.80 seems to be incompatible with the TCP/IP stack. Use an earlier version until this is resolved (read more: http://developer.telldus.com/ticket/206). http://www.htsoft.com * CMake version 2.8.0 or later http://www.cmake.org * Git http://git-scm.com * atftp (for automatic firmware uploading) ftp://ftp.mamalinux.com/pub/atftp/ Prepare the source ------------------ Check out the source from the Telldus repository. We use submodules so they must also be initialized. git clone http://git.telldus.com/tellstick-net.git cd tellstick-net git submodule init git submodule update Compile the source ------------------ We recommend you do an "out of source" build. Create a folder and initiate a cmake build cache in it. mkdir build cd build cmake ../firmware -DPICC18_PATH=<path to picc18> -DDEBUG=n -DDEVICE_ADDRESS=<ip address for TellStick Net> Now build the source. make The buildscript automatically uploads the new firmware to the device after a successful build. If you don't need the automatic upload function, pass -DDO_BOOTLOADING_OVER_TCPIP=n when initiating the CMake cache.