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[ Help/Newbie ] what is pinguino actually ?
13-12-2013, 08:16 PM,
RE: [ Help/Newbie ] what is pinguino actually ?
1/ Use Bootloader_v4.14_18f4550_X20MHz.hex if you have a 20MHz crystal on your board and Bootloader_v4.14_18f4550_X48MHz.hex if you have a 48MHz crystal instead.

2/ When your Pinguino is plugged, it jumps directly to the user program. If you wrote nothing, it does nothing.

3/ /dev/ttyACM0 will be created when your program will execute some CDC instructions.

So ...

First, try to switch to bootloader mode by pressing the reset button, you will see the led blinking and command lsusb will give something like :

Bus 003 Device 046: ID 04d8:feaa Microchip Technology, Inc.

That's your Pinguino.

Second, turn on the IDE and compile one of the CDC example, then upload it on your Pinguino. When your program starts : cat /dev/ttyACM0 to see the result.

Good luck.
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RE: [ Help/Newbie ] what is pinguino actually ? - by regis - 13-12-2013, 08:16 PM

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