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Verilog tutorial by John Sanguinetti

Started by Eric Crabill January 24, 2006
Hi,

I'm looking for a functional URL that hosts the Verilog tutorial by John
Sanguinetti.  Neither of these seem to work:

http://turing.une.edu.au/~comp283/cdrom/Content/Tutorials/Verilog/

http://vol.verilog.com/

I have tried contacting what appears to be the primary/official site
(vol.verilog.com) and have received no responses.

Is anyone aware of other URLs or how to get this tutorial hosted on one's
own site?

Thanks,
Eric




I do not see what's the problem with these sites?
Both works here.. Although vol.verilog.com requires registration.

Eric Crabill wrote:
> Hi, > > I'm looking for a functional URL that hosts the Verilog tutorial by John > Sanguinetti. Neither of these seem to work: > > http://turing.une.edu.au/~comp283/cdrom/Content/Tutorials/Verilog/ > > http://vol.verilog.com/ > > I have tried contacting what appears to be the primary/official site > (vol.verilog.com) and have received no responses. > > Is anyone aware of other URLs or how to get this tutorial hosted on one's > own site? > > Thanks, > Eric
"Eric Crabill" <eric.crabill@xilinx.com> wrote in message 
news:dr5sd6$ng22@cliff.xsj.xilinx.com...
> Hi, > > I'm looking for a functional URL that hosts the Verilog tutorial by John > Sanguinetti. Neither of these seem to work:
<snip> It may just be your network that's having troubles. Access to your company's web pages from outside is a bit dodgey right now.
Access to Xilinx's web site always seems to be slow... and I've lost
count of the # of times I get the "We apologize...
A technical problem has interrupted your session. We apologize for the
inconvenience this has caused you."

I guess that's why you're a hardware company and not a software one :)
Stephen

Thanks for taking the time to check; I should have been more specific.

The http://vol.verilog.com/ location is accessible, but the registration
process is broken.  It appears to be a cgi-bin issue.  I have the same
problem at work and at home.

The URL hosted at a university is also accessible, and requires no
registration, but when you go to the table of contents, none of the links
there to the various chapters appear to work.  I also tried this from work
and home, both times the browswer reports that there are errors on the page.

I'm still searching for something that works...  Any leads are appreciated!
Eric

"John_H" <johnhandwork@mail.com> wrote in message
news:4bvBf.623$qg.495@news01.roc.ny...
> "Eric Crabill" <eric.crabill@xilinx.com> wrote in message > news:dr5sd6$ng22@cliff.xsj.xilinx.com... > > Hi, > > > > I'm looking for a functional URL that hosts the Verilog tutorial by John > > Sanguinetti. Neither of these seem to work: > > <snip> > > It may just be your network that's having troubles. Access to your > company's web pages from outside is a bit dodgey right now. > >