> 1)I'm using is a Galileo Board EV64120A.
> 2)It is a raw embedded target & does not support Linux. I'm trying to
> print a string by compiling code with RM7000 & directing the output
> via Serial Port to a WinNT HyperTerminal.
Searching on Google, it looks like you have a EV64120A-7000 made by
Galileo Technology, Inc.. It is a PCI card that plugs into a PC, and
includes the PMON ROM monitor in flash. Galileo appears to have been
sold to Marvell (www.marvell.com). I don't see support or search links
on the Marvell web site. I don't see Galileo or EV64120A on their
product page. I suggest you send them an e-mail asking if and what
support is available.
I was going to recommend the SDE-MIPS toolkit by Algorithmics, but I
don't see your board in their Programmer's Guide. Try asking them if
they support it:
To be blunt, trying to make an older, slower, and unsupported board work
is going to be difficult. It might not be possible. If you can, get a
current, complete, and well-supported MIPS development system -- board,
ICE/JTAG, ROM monitor/ embedded OS, development toolchain, etc..