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Using a Netmedia BX-24 Micro with Linux

Posted 12 Feb 2006 at 01:16 UTC by steve Share This

Rob Reilly writes, "NewsForge.com just published one of my stories on using the Netmedia BX-24 microcontroller to grab I/O and pipe it into a Linux box. It can then be processed and routed to a Web page. Perhaps, your readers could use the information." The Netmedia BX-24 is an inexpensive clone of the Parallax BASIC Stamp. With the proliferation of PC-based robots running Linux, this article may offer some helpful hints for anyone wanting to integrate this type of microcontroller.

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