TheFallen wrote:Looks like I need to get my Arduino port working :/
As for the Terminal, here you go:
westfw wrote:As for the Terminal, here you go:
A "proper" line ending for most terminals (and emulators) has both a "Carriage Return" ('\r') to reset the column, and a "line feed" ('\n') to advance to the next line. The screen you show is symptomatic of having only the linefeed at the end of the line. This is "standard practice" for unix and unix-like environments ("printf("Hellow World\n");") Usually the required '\r' is added by the operating system as part of the tty driver, or by the printf() library (on systems that don't have a TTY driver.) Or, many terminal emulators will have an option buried somewhere to "fix" this (http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.6 ... g-terminal Section 4.3.3)
jersagfast wrote:Yeah, it obvious, that board is labeled IC11, when quite clearly it should have been labeled, IC39. Uhh, I think..
I have done much worse, I promise.
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