@ Gus -
I have been handed a legacy project based on a FEZ Panda II and I am currently getting up to speed with NETMF and the hardware. One of the issues is going to be performance of some simple DSP so I am interested both in running native code under NETMF and the alternative of running a much simpler system on the unit, i.e. erasing a unit and downloading native code to a board. This led me to a topic from 2 years ago quoted below…
The link to the document is now broken and I have had no luck - probably due to ineptness - in finding it via a search. Can you help please? (UPDATE I have since found this - my mistake was to search for a PDF.)
Secondly can you quickly point me at a document that shows me how to completely erase the board so I can use the JTAG interface. I have successfully updated via the Tiny Bootloader but I did not see any way to remove the bootloader and hence, presumably, the start up code used to disable JTAG access.
Apologies for this detour into ancient history.
The firmware running on FEZ Panda is propitiatory and so you can’t restore once removed. But why erase it? You can load native code on FEZ Panda, see RLP in documentation http://www.ghielectronics.com/downloads/NETMF/Library%20Documentation/Index.html