The error message should only appear on the first attempt. I’m not on the right machine right now, it’s at office. I was hoping you would see this post and answer as I’ve been following your discussions on the at Or maybe the other way round the atmel project is indeed well made. Arduino Robotics Lonnie Honeycutt. That is easy – you just strip out all the COM port stuff in the demo!
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Keeping track of which BK to service in the foreground and when.
Usv certainly came across this problem to account for. For example, if the web browser computer uses IP address I think it works in STM32, because endpoint 0 size is 64 bytes, so that path of code is never executed, but I didn’t checked it carefully and I could be wrong. Note to Linux users: I know that usbser.
That is easy – you just strip out all the COM port stuff in the demo! I was not familiar with what CDC serial driver meant so I never wt91sam7 that source. I have this downloaded: This can be ensured by making the first three octets of both IP addresses identical.
Probably the setting and clearing code should look like this: I verified the problem with the state machine, your change was correct I modified it a little bit in order to avoid an extra condition.
Changes are sent to the target hardware by clicking the “Update IO” button. At91saj7 first at91swm7 similar problems to yours, but found that it was all to do with how you handle: I’m checking that now and it works fine without late mode. I’ve got decent reliability with polled comms, but wouldn’t it be great to have a fully interrupt driven system working?
Cheers, and thanks for the well-thought out reply Modified standard hal files was taken from trunk r Has anyone had results, good, bad, or otherwise with the CDC-Core implementation?
Entering the IP address into the web browser obviously use the correct IP address for your system. The prototyping board should also allow the use of a standard Ethernet cable when connecting point to point, but I have isb tested this configuration.
Free RTOS USB and web server demo for AT91SAM7X using Eclipse and GCC
I am completely stuck on implementing any of the ar91sam7 I can answer questions on the topic myself now! It would be great if Kris could either post or send me the code soon because I’m getting so close to being able to release my project.
Note that these pages transmit each line individually so will not load at91swm7. This demo appears to be written to block waiting for chars from endpoint, and then again waiting to send back.
If I find it I’ll send you if you want for testing. It’s not silicon – it does work properly. No registered users and 3 guests. The continuous reloading can sometimes make navigating away from the RTOS stats page a little tricky.
It’s pretty solid now, and when it’s got the “good” framework code, it will be awesome! Feel free to discuss anything is related to embedded and electronics, your awesome projects, your ideas, your announcements, not necessarily related to ChibiOS but to embedded in general.
Even with the bugs the demo worked. Note that the LED DS4 is also under control of the ‘check’ tick hook so will toggle every 5 seconds – overwriting any commands sent from the web server. That is, if Kris is OK with that.
Hi Kris, That could be useful! Ensure an Ethernet cable is connected as described above.