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Netduino Plus in stock at SparkFun

17 February 2011 - 06:01 AM

I noticed earlier tonight that SparkFun now has the Netduino Plus in stock:

Hang during debug with ethernet connected

10 January 2011 - 10:37 PM

I have a small app for my Netduino Plus that reads the values of a photo detector and a temperature sensor every minute, Debug.Print()s the values, and updates a Pachube feed. The Pachube update is written into a try/catch to keep the code from crashing if there is an issue with network connectivity. If I start debugging this code from VS with the ethernet disconnected, it will run for hours without any error. If ethernet is connected, it will only make it a few minutes before hanging. When it hangs there is no error, etc. Before it hangs, it worked as expected updating Pachube, etc. Basically VS just acts like everything is still working but there is no output from the Netduino Plus. I also have a background thread blinking the onboard LED that stops running. I'm running v4.1.1 ALPHA 5, but it also did this with v4.1.0 (update 6) BETA 1 and v4.1.0 (update 5). I've even tried it with simpler code that has no network functionality and get the same results. Any ideas on what could be going on or how I could debug? Thanks, Luke

OSC Drivers

27 December 2010 - 07:45 PM

Has anyone worked on drivers for OSC ( for the Micro Framework? With several OSC apps out for iPhone, iPad, and other devices it seems like it would be a cool implementation, especially over UDP with the Netduino Plus. I could also see it being useful over wired serial connections, XBee, etc, instead of having to build your own control protocol. I have a small ASUS Wifi AP that I'm planning to attach to my Netduino Plus. Older version of: It runs off of 5V, so it would fit nicely in a portable package. I'm going to start working on an OSC implementation and was curious if anyone else already had. If so, Google doesn't seem to know about it. Thanks, Luke

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