On 26.02.17 17:55, Martin Dobbins wrote:
> At some point in the future you might want to alter fuses; Atmel bare
> chips ship using the onboard 8Mhz oscillator and divide the result by
> 8. If you want a chip to perform as it does on an arduino board with
> an external 16Mhz crystal you have to
Vista, the other 'red headed stepchild' from Microsoft. ;) Antivirus software
companies are abandoning it. All of the web browsers, even the 'alternative'
ones, have already abandoned it, except for Firefox. Firefox will end Vista
support at the end of 2017.
Windows 7 will start going the same
On Sunday 26 February 2017 15:53:49 Gene Heskett wrote:
Further experimentation finally discloses that the bitN outputs are a
single true bit, marching along however wide an array of bits is defined
in the loadrt cfg= line. And that overflows and underflows simply wrap.
So for this use, it
On 2/25/2017 3:46 PM, Charles Steinkuehler wrote:
> Further investigation shows that the A and B coordinates are being
> applied to something relative to the end of the robot arm. Regardless
> of the XYZ position of the arm, A and B moves always do the same thing
> relative to the robot arm.
On 2/26/2017 12:38 PM, Martin Dobbins wrote:
> My only concern with limited experience with Windows 10 is that the software
> seems to update itself whenever it pleases.
It can, but you can limit when it updates. So on my one laptop I told
it could only update between 3 and 4 am and since my
Thanks, good to know.
I had to flip one fuse and cut one trace on the board so Atmel Studio
will work with it.
But so far so good! :-)
On 2/26/2017 12:55 PM, Martin Dobbins wrote:
> More info than you probably want right now, but.
> At some point in the future you might
On 02/26/2017 01:52 PM, dragon wrote:
> Unfortunately the data sheet available on the copley site shows the
> header and which components are resistors or capacitors, but that is the
> only information. I used the Internet Archive Wayback machine to look at
> previous versions of the site too, but
On Sunday 26 February 2017 10:45:19 Gene Heskett wrote:
Doing some clarifications and deletions as multiswitch is my REAL problem
> On Saturday 25 February 2017 14:35:16 Gene Heskett wrote:
> > Hi all;
> > Couple problems with multiswitch.
> > Default output for no input
On Sunday 26 February 2017 12:13:15 Dewey Garrett wrote:
> > Also, the manpage for motion needs updated to reflect
> > that "axis letter of axis" is now "joint.#. of" with a
> > slight change in syntax to numerical. Hooking up to the
> > jog-inputs caught me out for a bit.
> In the master
Unfortunately the data sheet available on the copley site shows the
header and which components are resistors or capacitors, but that is the
only information. I used the Internet Archive Wayback machine to look at
previous versions of the site too, but all I can find is that same data
Ordering from Microchip appears to have worked. At least I got an order
confirmation back. They added HST (Canadian VAT) so I assume that it will
arrive here without additional fees. Thanks!
> -Original Message-
> From: Dave Cole [mailto:linuxcncro...@gmail.com]
> Sent: Sunday, February
More info than you probably want right now, but.
At some point in the future you might want to alter fuses; Atmel bare chips
ship using the onboard 8Mhz oscillator and divide the result by 8. If you
want a chip to perform as it does on an arduino board with an external 16Mhz
Thanks, it looks like Microsoft is changing their marketing tactics (about
time too) so you can actually try before you buy. At least you can check if
your hardware will actually run the OS before spending any money, what a novel
Actually we do have a very "thin client" Windows 10
> Also, the manpage for motion needs updated to reflect
> that "axis letter of axis" is now "joint.#. of" with a
> slight change in syntax to numerical. Hooking up to the
> jog-inputs caught me out for a bit.
In the master branch, as updated for joints_axes, there
are hal pins for wheel jogging
I tried to buy it from the Atmel store as well and I was told the same
thing and I am in the US.
So they aren't picking on Canadians yet. ;-)
Make sure you use the Coupon Code when you check out to
Well... you might want to read this.
I'm running Atmel Studio on a Windows 10 laptop. As much as I dislike
Microsoft, Windows 10 is
That sounds great!
Perhaps it is because I am in Canada but the Atmel store
(http://www.atmel.com/tools/atatmel-ice.aspx#buy) says that I can't buy the
ICE online. Several versions are available from Digikey. Did you get the
Atatmel ICE Basic or Atatmel ICE or...?
> -Original Message-
On Saturday 25 February 2017 14:35:16 Gene Heskett wrote:
> Hi all;
> Couple problems with multiswitch.
> Default output for no input is 0001, not . Why?
> Cannot be loadrt'd with the names= option. cfg=4,4 works fine. Why?
> I would really like to use the state as the
Thanks for the update Dave, it's a shame that I'd also have to factor in the
cost of buying a windows licence to run the software.
I do have a legal copy of windows vista, but I don't think studio 7 will run on
anything earlier than windows 7?
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