I was having trouble with the RV320 GUI recently and decided to investigate using the CLI.
I was able to open the device with puTTY - so far so good.
However, there appeared to be no menu mode. Is that really the case?
I downloaded the CLI guide rv32x_cli_guide.pdf and scanned it. I was very surprised at what was missing. It appears as though the CLI will only allow making settings in two limited categories and nothing else. Maybe there's another document??
I see no way to set the login information - for example.
The text implies that the GUI is necessary for this.
That's strange and rather disturbing.
I'm not a great fan of using CLIs and view them as a backup when the GUI won't do the job.
It appears that this one is a "toy" and not suitable for anything but limited objectives.
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