One of the many great features of the S32DS is the ability to access the Linux BSP file system on the SD card in the S32V234-EVB. Once connected, you can drag and drop files between your PC and the EVB. Once you have completed HOWTO: Setup S32V234 EVB2 for debugging with S32DS and Linux BSP and HOWTO: Setup A Remote Linux Connection in S32DS (S32V234), you are ready to setup the Remote Systems view to connect to the Linux files system to view and access the file system.
Before starting this procedure, make sure the BSP is loaded onto the SD Card, the SD Card is inserted into the SD Card Slot, the ethernet cable is connected to both the EVB and the network port, and the EVB is powered up.
1) Go to 'Window -> Show View -> Other'
2) Expand 'Remote Systems', then select "Remote Systems' and click OK
3) Click 'Define a connection to remote system' button OR right-click in the Remote Systems window and select 'New Connection...' from the list
4) Select 'SSH Only'
5) Enter the IP address noted from HOWTO: Setup A Remote Linux Connection in S32DS (S32V234) for Host name, enter a descriptive name for the connection (optional) and click Finish.
6) Right-click on the connection name in the Remote Systems window and select 'Connect' OR expand the folders under the connection name until the login window appears: Connection_name -> Sftp Files -> Root (window appears)
7) Enter "root" for User ID and since the BSP comes with ID root without a set password, leave the password field blank.
8) Click OK
9) The Linux file system is now visible in the Remote Systems window. You can drag and drop files to and from here. Expand the folders to see the contents.