[Noisebridge-discuss] [sudo-discuss] using a rasp-pi or a beagle with a Teensy/Arduino microcontroller
ceremona at gmail.com
Mon May 2 21:23:22 UTC 2016
I'm thinking more about the semi-default level of interrupt programming
that is inherent in the OS itself. If I just code with python on the linux
side, I have some level of interrupt programming already baked in from the
linux kernel. I don't need to be absolutely real-time for the interrupts
but would like to be more real-time for the Arduino micro controller side,
just mostly trying to figure out if there is a simpler way to skin this
cat, as the old saying goes.
On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 1:50 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> the beaglebone:
> other search hits talk about writing a kernel module, which would be more
> i guess it depends how time-sensitive is your application, and what level
> of coding you want to engage in. I don't know about raspi, i hate them.
> hopefully someday soon you will be able to get a beaglebone black out of
> the vending machine in sudoroom.
> On Mon, 2 May 2016, Cere Davis wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>> I have an interactive real-time hardware project where I am wanting good
>> (non headache coding) interrupt processing that also has good rt support.
>> I was hoping to leverage
>> the easier function of a linux micro controller like Beaglebone for the
>> interrupt side, with a connected Teensy for better RT function. Yet, I
>> haven't seen many people do
>> this and I am worried that I don't really understand the devil in the
>> details about the tradeoffs well enough.
>> Are there ppl on this list that build projects with these kinds of
>> interactive real-time demands that can help me sort through the best
>> choices during some hack night?
>> Cere Davis
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