PIC + ubuntu newbie problem

Started by philae in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 22 replies

Hi, I'm using Ubuntu and I need to program pic 16f877 for my course . I downloaded piklab and when I connect the pic from usb nothing happened...

Hi, I'm using Ubuntu and I need to program pic 16f877 for my course . I downloaded piklab and when I connect the pic from usb nothing happened i.e Ubuntu didn't see the PIC. How can I solve this problem? Thanx, P. --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com


build an embedded os ?

Started by chronoer in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

Dear all i want to install a small or embedded os on the main board,via's EPIA http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/ i have...

Dear all i want to install a small or embedded os on the main board,via's EPIA http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/ i have installed desktop-like ubuntu and netbsd both with x window on it (start x successfully not yet in netbsd ) ubuntu has most hardware supports both need 256 mb ~ 512 mb without any kernel tuning or package slimming I need a os with software d...


build an embedded os ?

Started by chronoer in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

Dear all i want to install a small or embedded os on the main board,via's EPIA http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/ i have...

Dear all i want to install a small or embedded os on the main board,via's EPIA http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/ i have installed desktop-like ubuntu and netbsd both with x window on it (start x successfully not yet in netbsd ) ubuntu has most hardware supports both need 256 mb ~ 512 mb without any kernel tuning or package slimming I need a os with software d...


Luminary eval boards, USB serial, and Linux

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 20 replies

This is kind of off-topic, but maybe someone has an answer. I use a laptop running Ubuntu for giving presentations, and my latest...

This is kind of off-topic, but maybe someone has an answer. I use a laptop running Ubuntu for giving presentations, and my latest presentation involves talking to a Luminary LM8S311 evaluation board to give a demonstration. This works fine on Windows XT -- connects right up, and I can do damage from the comfort of my chair. But the laptop (running Ubuntu 8.04) doesn't see the FTDI c...


Where is "uint16x8_t" defined?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 11 replies

Hi, I program on Ubuntu 12.04, 32bit for some ARM projects. On Ubuntu, a Linaro toolchain works well for some time. Recently, I begin to write...

Hi, I program on Ubuntu 12.04, 32bit for some ARM projects. On Ubuntu, a Linaro toolchain works well for some time. Recently, I begin to write NEON code. Some on line code uses uint16x8_t, uint32x4_t etc. Although the project can build, the eclipse complains these variables unresolved. I have tried many settings on eclipse, but I fail. One on line snippet uses header wit


Installing a JTAG interface under Ubuntu

Started by Bruce Varley in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 5 replies

I'm about 1/5 in terms of being a Linux guru, trying to install a Segger JTAG interface on an x86 machine running Ubuntu 12.04LTS. The very...

I'm about 1/5 in terms of being a Linux guru, trying to install a Segger JTAG interface on an x86 machine running Ubuntu 12.04LTS. The very first step of the 'procedure in README.txt document from the download tarball has stopped me dead, the very first instruction is to enter apt-get -update on the command line. I entered: sudo apt-get -update , and get the following error:


Ubuntu versus Fedora for cross-development host

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 7 replies

It is time to upgrade my Fedora cross-development host machine. But before I do -- Is Ubuntu suitable for use as a cross-development host,...

It is time to upgrade my Fedora cross-development host machine. But before I do -- Is Ubuntu suitable for use as a cross-development host, or should I stick with Fedora? Any other recommendations? Thanks. Jim


Installing Quartus-II software on Ubuntu Linux

Started by Bruce Varley in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 13 replies

Hi, Can anyone point me to some straightforward info re the above? The Altera site installation pages aren't particularly clear, and none of the...

Hi, Can anyone point me to some straightforward info re the above? The Altera site installation pages aren't particularly clear, and none of the links in the forums actually get me to anything useful, it's mostly comments saying how awful the process is. TIA


From ubuntu to centOS

Started by The Real Andy in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

This is like going from dos to mac... apt-get no longer, yum now. man yum sounds very suspicious. I got Centos 5 installed today, can anyone...

This is like going from dos to mac... apt-get no longer, yum now. man yum sounds very suspicious. I got Centos 5 installed today, can anyone tell me how to get the package manager working through a proxy?


8 watt PC+ ubuntu

Started by Martin Griffith in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 5 replies

I've always been interested in low power PCs, and found this. http://librenix.com/?inode=11001 even a telnet game at the bottom of that...

I've always been interested in low power PCs, and found this. http://librenix.com/?inode=11001 even a telnet game at the bottom of that page Not exactly embedded, but 8 watts, Just wondering if if there are other lower powered PCs around (cheap) that can be recommended? Martin


Questions about QT(-embedded)

Started by Marco Trapanese in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 7 replies

Hello to all, I'm sorry if my English is not so good. I want to develop applications for embedded boards (such as Beagle Board) using the QT...

Hello to all, I'm sorry if my English is not so good. I want to develop applications for embedded boards (such as Beagle Board) using the QT libraries in C++. Also I need to use QT for desktop applications. As far as I know, I need the QT-embedded for the first case. I use Eclipse IDE with the QT plugin. I run them either under Windows XP or under Ubuntu. I have also the toolchai...


DarknightX

Started by darknightx in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hi I would like to know if there is a guide, or someone could explain me, which are the steps to configure the MSP-FET430UIF (U80) in...

Hi I would like to know if there is a guide, or someone could explain me, which are the steps to configure the MSP-FET430UIF (U80) in Ubuntu. I have the mspgcc compiler working, so I generetad a .o and .elf files from a basic source code, but I had no luck downloading the code to the MCU. I tried to use msp430-gdb but my software never worked. Is someone familiar to what Im doing? If someo...


Ubuntu 6.06 criticisms from a programmer

Started by CBFalconer in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 72 replies

I have just mounted this on an IBM Thinkpad T30. It is driving me up the wall. Problems: 1. Lack of keyboard alternatives for routine...

I have just mounted this on an IBM Thinkpad T30. It is driving me up the wall. Problems: 1. Lack of keyboard alternatives for routine operations. I can't get to the master menus without using the mouse equivalent. 2. Nothing is mounted for program development. No gcc, no make, etc. No diff. 3. While info is mounted, the proper .inf files are not. For example, for dd it simply...


Help with GPSIM watchwindows

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago

Hello guys, I am not sure if this is the right place to post, but I am about ready to give up on gpsim and find a windoze machine and use...

Hello guys, I am not sure if this is the right place to post, but I am about ready to give up on gpsim and find a windoze machine and use MPLAB again. (I really don't want to and am trying to use gpsim). I am running a ubuntu machine and I have gpsim installed. I compiled my asm file using gpasm and then loaded gpsim with gpsim -s myfile.cod The program comes up fine, however I am not...


About open source

Started by leilei in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 9 replies

Hi I have always feels that , the open source software more unstable. Especially when I use Linux, there are always many problems, and most of...

Hi I have always feels that , the open source software more unstable. Especially when I use Linux, there are always many problems, and most of them are hard to solve. Such as eclipse for linux, I have tried it on some linux, like ubuntu, suse, I felt that , it's more unstable than windows edition. Do you have the same feeling? why is this could happen?


EDK =>"Virtex4_PPC_Example_9_1" on ubuntu, not able to change LEDs blinking through minicom hyperterminal

Started by N.V. Chandramouli in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

hi, we are trying to run the "Virtex4_PPC_Example_9_1" example program (that came along with the EDK9.1.2 kit) that has TestInterrupt.c routine...

hi, we are trying to run the "Virtex4_PPC_Example_9_1" example program (that came along with the EDK9.1.2 kit) that has TestInterrupt.c routine (timer interrupt driving the LEDs and UART interface displaying the status.) "We are able to see LEDs flashing on the board but not able to speed up or slow down the clock using the 'f' , 's' inputs through the hyperterminal, which we are expecte...


GCC compiling- help needed

Started by nik in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

Hi guys ! I am a rookie in gcc.So please help me out. I have arm-elf-gcc 4.1.1 installed on Ubuntu and I have to cross compile for...

Hi guys ! I am a rookie in gcc.So please help me out. I have arm-elf-gcc 4.1.1 installed on Ubuntu and I have to cross compile for ARM7TDMI-S core based LPC2368 processor. I have the C runtime file crt0.S, the startup.S,processor's header file and I have also modified the ROM.ld. So, what I remember , the process will be : 1. Convert C source code to object file. 2. Link all the ob...


MicroXwin-Smallest and Fastest X Windows

Started by microxwin in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago

Hello Developers, We have a new release (2.2 ) of MicroXwin- Our high performance kernel based X windows implementation.This release includes...

Hello Developers, We have a new release (2.2 ) of MicroXwin- Our high performance kernel based X windows implementation.This release includes several bug fixes and performance improvements and demo for Ubuntu 10.10 x86 distribution. Please visit http://www.microxwin.com for more information. You can evaluate performance on several distributions. Regards Vasant


CM3/stm32 SCB_VTOR

Started by kristoff in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 5 replies

hi, I am doing some more work to get to know the STM32F103, now looking in the libopencm3 library and learning from the example...

hi, I am doing some more work to get to know the STM32F103, now looking in the libopencm3 library and learning from the example code. (using ubuntu as development platform) I am looking at the demo application to create a usb-over-serial interface (usb_cdcacm), as found here: https://github.com/libopencm3/libopencm3-examples/tree/master/examples/stm32/f1/stm32-maple/usb_ cdcacm


Eclipse ARM toolchain for the Linux

Started by piyushpandey in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 58 replies

Hello to all I have Ubuntu 10.04 linux installed on my Desktop PC and I have an ARM development board for the development of applications for...

Hello to all I have Ubuntu 10.04 linux installed on my Desktop PC and I have an ARM development board for the development of applications for the ARM processors and testing the application on the ARM board. I searched all the net and what I have got is either the commercial SDK for the ARM or the open source free developement tools for the ARM that also for the windows and not for the linu...