CLI app running on Arduino Uno: UnixShell-like environment to experiment with GPIO,ADC,I2C and SPI

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*Do NOT spam multiple forums. Moderator*

 

Hi everyone!

 

If you own an Arduino Uno board, you can now try out the Piconomix FW Library risk free without abandoning the creature comforts of the Arduino environment. You can use the existing Optiboot bootloader to upload code. I have added a getting started guide for the Arduino Uno. There are examples, including a CLI (Command Line Interpreter) Application that creates a “Linux Shell”-like environment running on the Arduino Uno so that you can experiment with GPIO, ADC, I2C and SPI using only Terminal software (for example Tera Term)… it is really cool!

 

Please try it out and let me know what you think.

 

Best regards,

Pieter

 

 

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Dear moderator,

 

My apologies! I did not mean to offend. I hate spam as much as everyone else. I nearly resigned when I found out that I won the 56 million pound UK lottery, even though I did not buy a ticket smiley

 

Seriously, sorry for my breach of etiquette.  I sincerely did not know that my posts would be interpreted to be spam. I just wanted to see if anyone out there liked my stuff that I worked so hard on and if I should keep on doing it. For the record, here are all the other posts that I made to the sites that I like:

 

Did I miss a post? I tried to remove this post, but it does not look like I can. In the future I will refrain from posting news (which I thought was relevant) on forums and stick to questions only.

 

Best regards,

Pieter

Last Edited: Sat. Feb 7, 2015 - 08:48 AM