>> readelf -h libreria.a
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/cadcdev/dcload-ip
# these must point to your sh-elf bfd, not the system one
BFDLIB = -L/usr/sh-elf/lib -lbfd -lintl -liberty -lws2_32 -lwsock32
BFDINCLUDE = /usr/sh-elf/include
int main(int argc, char **argv)
Baud Rate: same baudrate used for dc-tool
t took me a while, but I eventually figured out the trigger for the freeze: 60 seconds without network activity. After a bit of searching ("a bit of searching" means looking at the first result from Google for, "windows udp timeout 60 seconds", I found that the problems are apparently caused by how the Windows firewall handles UDP connections. If a UDP connection is idle for more than 60 seconds, it's removed from the NAT and blocked, even if it's still kept open. Adding an exception to the firewall seems to have fixed this.