[Coco] Arduino uno server
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Thu Dec 28 07:32:26 EST 2017
First, I don't see how 38400 could be anywhere near as fast as the 115k that DW4 uses for the Coco3. If you're using a Coco1, then the baud rates are comparable since both are 38400, but even the Coco 2 uses 57600 on DW4.
Another "small footprint" answer would be a RasPi3 running Linux and DW4. This has already been done. And at $35 for a RasPi3 and $15 for a cable, you couldn't go wrong. It would also give you all the other options available with DW4 (virtual printing, TelNet, MIDI, etc)
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From: Chad H <chadbh74 at hotmail.com>
To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Wed, Dec 27, 2017 11:12 pm
Subject: Re: [Coco] Arduino uno server
I know I'm catching the tail of this thread, but is there a good source for comprehensive setup guide on the Aruduino UNO as a DriveWire server somewhere? Currently, my DriveWire 4 server has been a old XP mini-PC that's kinda of sluggish. If I could get that machine out of the way and replace it with a UNO rig that performed as well or better that would be awesome. I would like to keep my Turbo mode feature if possible, other than that I just use the HDBDOS and NitrOS9 drive configurations. I don't get off into the printing functions, emulation, etc. Thanks for any pointers.
- Chad H
From: Coco [mailto:coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com] On Behalf Of rietveld rietveld
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2017 6:45 PM
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Subject: [Coco] Arduino uno server
Some information on the uno server
The uno is a R3
baud rate is 38400
Basic programs saved with Color Basic will not run correctly when loaded with Extended Basic and visa versa.
UNO programs can be uploaded via ARDUINO IDE.
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