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SD_Card_1.152_30.07.2012.PEupd

SD_Card

DescriptionSD Card low level driver
ComponentSD_Card.PEupd
DependenciesFreeRTOS, Wait, Timeout

License

License : Open Source (LGPL)
Copyright : (c) Copyright Erich Styger, 2012, all rights reserved.

This an open source software implementing an SD card low level driver useful for the the ChaN FatFS, using Processor Expert.
This is a free software and is opened for education, research and commercial developments under license policy of following terms:
* This is a free software and there is NO WARRANTY.
* No restriction on use. You can use, modify and redistribute it for personal, non-profit or commercial product UNDER YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice.

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I was trying to add this beam, but i get this error message when I click on Make...

(diskio.h file not found)

I would like to know why

May be I'm doing somthing wrong...

Thanks

error_sd.png

Hello,

Hmm, that would be a problem if you are using the component standalone. 'diskio.h' is the interface to FatFS.

I need to check the component sources, and I admit I have used it only in the context of a file system (with the FatFS component, see http://mcuoneclipse.wordpress.com/2012/07/30/fatfs-with-kinetis.

Are you planning to use the SD_Card component without a file system?

Thanks,

Erich

Hello,

Actually it's my first time using SD card on embedded system. I'm planning

to use the SD card as part of a data logger with an MC9S12.

I want to save the data from an ADC on a csv file to be readed on Windows,

so I need a file system. But I dont have a good idea of how works the file

system.

Let me know If you have some information, sources that can be helpful...

That would be cool...

Cheers

On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 1:03 PM, Erich Styger <admin@community.freescale.com

I'm doing that kind of things with ColdFire V1, V2 and Kinetis. I do not have a project to share for S12.

As for an example how to use a file system with the CN128, maybe have a look at

http://www.steinerberg.com/EmbeddedComponents/Examples/Example_CN128_FatFS/home.htm

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