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Mar 10, 2008 1:40am
Img_missing_medium bmartinek 22 posts

I have several devices I would like to connect via USB like more storage and maybe a DAQ card, but am unsure how to proceed?

Would it just be a matter of loading up the correct driver to embedded Linux, and then how would I interface with it via Java?

As well will the mini USB port have standard voltage (5.5)?

Any thoughts on solving this would be great!


Mar 12, 2008 7:17pm
Medium Bug Labs team mcaric 64 posts

Hi bmartinek,

More storage is possible, but you will need to have a self-powered usb device for this. For the DAQ card you should buy one with USB linux drivers, it shouldn’t be too difficult to port the driver to the ARM processor.

In order to access the DAQ from Java, some JNI will be required. I’m not sure if the vonHippel module would help you accomplish what you are trying to do, but I’m working on getting the specs for that and will let you know once that information is available.


Mar 12, 2008 7:25pm
Img_missing_medium bmartinek 22 posts

I am praying for the VonHippel module as I will just be doing initially a couple potentiometers and On/Off binaries.

I posted this on the VonHippel module thread:

Thanks for the reply!

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