Basicx IDE and Wine Fedora 9

Started by Eric September 8, 2008
Has anyone out there gone the basicx IDE working well with wine? I am
using wine 1.0.1.fc9
The problem I'm having is the IDE seems to just lock up when it access's
the com1 port (com1 -> /dev/ttyS0). Its like the port is overflowing the
IDE. I've wrote a little program in linux to check the /dev/ttyS0 port
and it appears to be working well when connect to the BX-24 chip
(outputs Hello World BX-24 forever) . Any ideas how to get this running
or even better is there a native linux app that will work?
Regards
Eric


Anyone care to share there wine settings??

I have been thinking about writing my own script to upload the bxb to
the Bx24 chip. Does anyone know if this will work? what commands need to
be sent to tell the chip I am going to upload a file?

On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 13:28 -0400, Eric wrote:
> Has anyone out there gone the basicx IDE working well with wine? I am
> using wine 1.0.1.fc9
> The problem I'm having is the IDE seems to just lock up when it
> access's
> the com1 port (com1 -> /dev/ttyS0). Its like the port is overflowing
> the
> IDE. I've wrote a little program in linux to check the /dev/ttyS0 port
> and it appears to be working well when connect to the BX-24 chip
> (outputs Hello World BX-24 forever) . Any ideas how to get this
> running
> or even better is there a native linux app that will work?
> Regards
> Eric
>
On Thu, 2008-09-11 at 18:41 -0400, Eric wrote:
> Anyone care to share there wine settings??

Anyone???? or did I just waste $50
>
> I have been thinking about writing my own script to upload the bxb to
> the Bx24 chip. Does anyone know if this will work? what commands need
> to
> be sent to tell the chip I am going to upload a file?
>
> On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 13:28 -0400, Eric wrote:
> > Has anyone out there gone the basicx IDE working well with wine? I
> am
> > using wine 1.0.1.fc9
> > The problem I'm having is the IDE seems to just lock up when it
> > access's
> > the com1 port (com1 -> /dev/ttyS0). Its like the port is overflowing
> > the
> > IDE. I've wrote a little program in linux to check the /dev/ttyS0
> port
> > and it appears to be working well when connect to the BX-24 chip
> > (outputs Hello World BX-24 forever) . Any ideas how to get this
> > running
> > or even better is there a native linux app that will work?
> > Regards
> > Eric
> >


Hi,
It's look like no too may people are using linux. I used linux and? I tried wine but normally it gave me so may errors ? that I stopped using it.
Keep trying maybe somebody can help you.

Sorry, I can not help you.
rosarite

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric
To: b...
Sent: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 11:21 pm
Subject: Re: [BasicX] Basicx IDE and Wine Fedora 9

On Thu, 2008-09-11 at 18:41 -0400, Eric wrote:

> Anyone care to share there wine settings??

Anyone???? or did I just waste $50

>

> I have been thinking about writing my own script to upload the bxb to

> the Bx24 chip. Does anyone know if this will work? what commands need

> to

> be sent to tell the chip I am going to upload a file?

>

> On Sun, 2008-09-07 at 13:28 -0400, Eric wrote:

> > Has anyone out there gone the basicx IDE working well with wine? I

> am

> > using wine 1.0.1.fc9

> > The problem I'm having is the IDE seems to just lock up when it

> > access's

> > the com1 port (com1 -> /dev/ttyS0). Its like the port is overflowing

> > the

> > IDE. I've wrote a little program in linux to check the /dev/ttyS0

> port

> > and it appears to be working well when connect to the BX-24 chip

> > (outputs Hello World BX-24 forever) . Any ideas how to get this

> > running

> > or even better is there a native linux app that will work?

> > Regards

> > Eric

> >

>

>