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Hardcore Linux hardware control

Postby Dutch_Master » Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:39 am

Bazza, eat your heart out chap!

http://pjradcliffe.wordpress.com/ the guy

http://interestingbytes.wordpress.com/ the live-dvd with tools et all


Found via Linux Journal, the July issue (207) is dedicated to embedded Linux. Worth getting a copy if you're not on a subscription (like I do ;))

Oh, and anyone else interested in hardcore Linux hardware control: it's also for you ;)
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Postby Bazza » Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:40 am

Ahhh, but will it work on MikeOS too? ;oD

This fun project does:-


Nice though, except everything I do is for the ages of 10, (8 originally), to
80 to build for themselves using the simplest of designs and availability
of components. No special printed boards are necessary and no special
tools either. My projects actually match MikeOS in that they are learning
projects in both the ability to build, solder AND code for oneself resulting
in making a computer into an integrated test set.

And finally I wonder if it works with a classic AMIGA and WinUAE?
Arduino does and is cheap... :)

Bazza, G0LCU...

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