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March 3, 2013
about 3 years ago
I would give you the same suggestions as above.
an you check your OS version? $ cat /proc/version
If it is the latest 3.4.x, there is the patch that can fix the WiFi issuer here. Please check http://www.pcduino.com/?page_id=14
Find: WiFi Patch for 04-04-2013 release, Release Note. Note: Fix the WiFi issue for pcDuino WiFi dongle.
Can you check your OS version?
$ cat /proc/version
If it is the latest 3.4.x, there is the patch that can fix the WiFi issuer here. Please check
WiFi Patch for 04-04-2013 release, Release Note. Note: Fix the WiFi issue for pcDuino WiFi dongle.
about 3 years ago
Please create one bootable SD card from the following link: http://www.pcduino.com/?page_id=14
Find this one: [•Ubuntu SD Boot Image, Release Note, 04-04-2013]
You can setup one SD card to make sure the hardware is OK. It already includes the display issue fix.
Great! Can we have link to this on pcDuino.com?Thanks!
My bad. You have the really good questions for pcDuino. The support of low level I/O programming is a very important aspect to this product. We need a little bit time to collect information and give you an accurate answer on GPIO performance. But it is definitely more than 100HZ as stated by previous document.
There is one tutorial here to discuss how to install processing and Java on pcDuino. http://pcduino.com/forum/index.php?topic=3634.0
Use XBMC, pcDuino could play 1080p video without problem.
We will update the kernel to support UVC. It will be released early next week.
Please check it out for video driver from http://www.pcduino.com/?p=208.
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