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Thought someone would like to go through the Programming and Customizing the Multicore Propeller Microcontroller but it source is written for a different circuit board. Here's a cross reference for the pins:
I got the WiFi dongle to work on my Linux Fedora Workstation release 29 by compiling and installing the module from https://github.com/its-izhar/rtl88x2bu-driver.git. I did have to do some tweaking. I put a patch file on github in the comments: https://github.com/its-izhar/rtl88x2bu-driver/issues/2. Instead of following the readme, I did a make, and then a make install. It worked from then on. I have not been able to fully test it, but it did connect to my router and seem to work.
The Ether Card Library Readme on their webpage gives the wrong pin on the Nano for the CS on the Ether Card. The README.md in the library stipulates to use pin 10 instead of pin 8.
Linux users: Need to change the type of variable "letter" is in LedMatrix.cpp in the esp32-led-matrix library. Line 147: change "char" to "unsigned int".
Remember to install the Arduino STM32F4 Boards in the Tools->Boards->Boards Manager.
Thanks for clear instructions and code. Discovered my serial port on Linux was number 32. Nice to see you thought of listing the ports.
Using a YouYue 858D Hot Air Gun makes this project almost simple. The best thing I did was to build it over a bowl. All parts dropped were found. Also using a magnifying glass boom lamp helped these old eyes see the dropped parts and identify the cathode end of LEDs. A loop also helped. Used the USB power clips from the 0018 hackerbox to power the board.
With or without "+", same problem.
What am I doing wrong?Setup Complete!ATOKAT+CFUN=1OKAT+CMGF=1OKAT+CMGW="+15033294934"ERRORSMS ReadyAT+CMGW="+15033294934"ERRORAT+COPS=?+COPS: (1,"T-Mobile USA","TMO","310260"),,(0-4),(0-2)OKRegards,Ken
I am thinking about combining this months RFID with last months motors and wheel to create an addon door unlocker. I have a 3D printer to make the parts.
Well I was able to program the MAXII using my Fedora 23 distribution. I did a few examples and want to reload the time counter that came loaded on it. But I can't find the program. Anybody smart enough to have downloaded it off the MAXII? Also I program the thing, but the program does not take unless I turn the MAXII off for quite a while. Anybody got any ideas on this?
I have Quartus working on Fedora 23 sort off. I don't seem to be able to connect to the Blaster. The Blaster is seen on usb, but Quartus does not see it. I tried to build the driver, but it says the kernel is too new. Anybody get the driver to compile and load with ndiswrapper?
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