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Secondary store

Posted by Don Y - 1 hour ago

Hi, I'm trying to replace the box that does most of my basic network services, here: DNS, BOOTP, DHCP, Font server, NTP, TFTP, etc. All have reasonably light footprints (I think!). But, all...Secondary store

SD card and FAT32 (dosfs and fat_io) [1 replies]

Started by John Speth 22 hours ago

Hi folks, I need to utilize a known-to-work FAT16/32 library for reading SD cards. I'm seeing peculiar boot record data that doesn't make any sense to me. I'm hoping somebody here has preced...SD card and FAT32 (dosfs and fat_io)

Stupid sizes for AVR datasheets [19 replies]

Started by Simon Clubley 23 hours ago

Has anyone else noticed the AVR datasheets increasing to stupid sizes over the years ? Just bought some ATMega328P MCUs, went to download the datasheet and noticed it was ~35 Mbytes in size. C...Stupid sizes for AVR datasheets

Simple Manufacturing Tracking Software Recommendation [5 replies]

Posted by Al Clark - 1 day ago

Hi Everyone It occurred to me that members of this group might being using a simple tracking system for electronics board manufacturing. At the moment, we are using a simple excel spreadsheet...Simple Manufacturing Tracking Software Recommendation

Any reliable PCB Assembly (PCBA) Turnkey Service? [2 replies]

Posted by nahum.bush - 1 day ago

PCB manufacture is now a common, standard service around the world. But before PCB Assembly, Components sourcing is very complex, cost time and money. Thousands of components in the world, has varia...Any reliable PCB Assembly (PCBA) Turnkey Service?

Lynx [26 replies]

Posted by Tim Wescott - 4 days ago

If you're a certain kind of weird, the Linx text-based web browser still works: you can install it in about 30 seconds on a Linux machine. Then you can wonder why in @#$% you bothered. -- ...Lynx

Flash erase time [21 replies]

Posted by Dimiter_Popoff - 5 days ago

I had to replace a flash chip yesterday because it would not read OK at times - and had a byte fail after programming about all the 2M of it. Since I don't do large volumes this is my first ever ex...Flash erase time

x86 vs The World... [32 replies]

Posted by rickman - 1 week ago

Many years ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth, there was the x86 and then there were the viable contenders. That list was headed by MIPS and PowerPC with others as "also ran". With ti...x86 vs The World...

Another dumb Linux question -- telling if a file is linked to [9 replies]

Posted by Tim Wescott - 1 week ago

Subject line says it -- is there a handy way under Linux to tell if a file is linked _to_? I suspect the answer isn't "no". I suspect that it's "HELL NO!!!" It's for (of a...Another dumb Linux question -- telling if a file is linked to

Open Position for Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/Simulink skills

Posted by Hasan Ibne Akram - 1 week ago

We are seeking an Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/S= imulink skills to join our project for one of the high-end automobile clien= ts in Munich, Germany. As a key member of th...Open Position for Embedded Software Engineer with strong C/C++ and MATLAB/Simulink skills

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