Web Platform from Linux desktop

Posted on Thursday, January 20th, 2011 in web platforms by Ian

Shuckc posted a Linux guide to the web platform:

Web platform arrived today in the post, very impressed.

It was very simple with a Linux desktop to get the firmware flashed to the DP microchip TCP/IP demo using ds30 Loader, then to upload the Microchip demo apps. Here are some instructions using Fedora…

Get an assembled web platform for $40, including worldwide shipping. Also available at Australian Robotics. Web platform v1.1 is in stock and shipping now.

Thanks shuckc! Via the forum.

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  1. shuckc says:

    wow! made the front page :-)

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