Access Basic File system

Jan 19, 2013 at 10:00 PM

Hi,

on the front page you write:

'Network Ability's: Connecting to a Server/Router to access basic File Systems is a virtue in most OS's. Without this, it is pointless to even write one.'

I'm currently developing an CIFS/SMB Client for NETMF. It only uses basic C# classes and a TCP socket (and some security functions if you want LM/NTLM Authentification instead of plain text).

If you are interested I can try to get an version running for TransonOS. I'm not really familiar with COSMOS, so I might need some assistance there, but generally I would be pleased if my CIFS client implementation would be used.

Let me know what you think, Reinhard.

 

Jan 21, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Sounds sweet man. As for integrating Cosmos with it, and you say it uses basic C# classes, all we'd have to do is reference some Cosmos .DLLs

 

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Jan 21, 2013 at 2:50 PM

Hate to spoil it, but you don't get TCPClient in Cosmos. You would have to create an AMD PCNet driver for VMWare's network adapter, setup a TCP/IP stack and then work from there.

Jan 21, 2013 at 3:02 PM

There is also a fully managed TCP stack for NETMF (Using the ENC28 via SPI).

May be we could port this one to COSMOS AMD PCNet, Realtec, Intel, ...