laygold is a sample LayGO program designed to illustrate downloading driver modules into intelligent boards. It can be compiled as a 32-bit console mode program for Windows or as a command line program for Solaris or Linux.
Either -? or -h as the first argument prints a usage message.
-f <cfg file> Configuration file giving hardware configuration for the load Default: hardware.cfg -n <board number> Number of board in the configuration to load Default: 0 The last argument on the command-line is the name of the driver module to load. Default: ATC.DRV
laygold -f hardware.cfg -n 1 atce.drv
laygold will load the driver module atce.drv to board 1 using the hardware configuration from hardware.cfg.