added by Alessandro Rubini on 2014-02-14 11:40:54.056977
We released the official 2014-02 version of spec-sw,
with the latest fmc-bus as submodule ans support for
the new wr-nic gateware binaries. The tools support pps
output and 10MHz input for grandmaster operation.
Moreover, the wrc binary for wr-nic uses ppsi instead of
the now-deprecated ptp-noposix.
spec-sw 2013-05 is released
added by Alessandro Rubini on 2013-05-31 10:25:36.765308
The release includes a number of improvements over v2013-01,
but the package design is the same. We`ll have a new wr-nic driver
soon (spec-sw-2013-06), but meanwhile this merges the new allocation
policy of fmc-bus, properly mandated by Greg-KH after the initial RFC
The backport branch for this release works happily with Linux-2.6.24,
which is still being used in production machines.
Release 2.2 of spec-sw, with wr-nic
added by Alessandro Rubini on 2012-12-14 17:41:04.906892
I uploaded the pdf and complete tarball (the tar is a git clone, as
usual, and it includes compiled documentation for those that lack
TeX). Both are in the "files" tab of the ohwr project. Direct
Please be free to report any problems to the list.
New release of the spec-demo manual
added by Alessandro Rubini on 2011-09-02 09:02:37.256483
The new spec-demo manual is released, in the new "software support for
SPEC" ohwr package.
It includes new advances in vhdl and lm32 code by Tomek and Greg. The
I get on my hardware is implessivile better than what my (poor) scope