[Sur] [IAEP] TI MSP430 running on XO 1 - Robotics!
Dr. Gerald Ardito
gerald.ardito en gmail.com
Sab Feb 11 08:39:07 EST 2012
Thanks so much for sharing this.
I am planning to order some to test out with my students on the XOs.
Perhaps we can open some wiki pages devoted to this?
2012/2/11 Luis Galindo <llwwwll77 at gmail.com>
> I just bought the TI MSP430 to test it with the Xo 1.0.
> Thank you Yama :-)
> El 10 de febrero de 2012 11:06, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com>escribió:
>> 2012/2/10 Yamaplos . <yamaplos at gmail.com>:
>> > The TI MSP430 chips are a very attractive alternative to add robotic
>> > options for XO / Sugar users. "Microcontrolers" are the brain behind
>> > many engineering hobby and educational pursuits, but many alternatives
>> > are expensive or very hard to run in the XO.
>> > The TI Launchpad board, with a G2553 microcontroler and an extra G2452
>> > in the box, is available from Texas Instruments for $4.30 USD,
>> > including shipping anywhere in the world (yes, hard to believe).
>> > Here are the instructions for running the Launchpad with the G2452.
>> > Maybe if the next iteratiuon of Sugar uses Fedora 15 we will be able
>> > to use the G2553 as well.
>> > http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/OLPC_XO-1
>> The next release will be based on F-17 but both those packages are
>> listed. You might want to use one of the test releases based on F-17
>> that I've released (new one coming soon) to make sure it all works OK
>> and feedback any issues to ensure we get them fixed for the final
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