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  1. Hi justdoit, Our wiki will have the most up-to-date information, you can check out the Genesys 2 page here. -Josh
  2. Hi Mark, I measured it out, it's about 23.75 mm between each pin 1 on the Pmod Connectors
  3. Josh

    Website Issue

    I talked to the Web guy and he's gonna check it out.
  4. Hello, Kaitlyn has given you all the information needed to complete what you're working on. We are willing to help with errors and other problems, but we aren't going to write code for you.
  5. Nice catch, I fixed the rsync part. I'm gonna ask around about the Zedboard stuff. That part was my co-author, so I'm not as up-to-speed on it. -Josh
  6. Liam, I don't know why Fedora works but Ubuntu doesn't, but I believe it's because the author wrote everything with his Fedora partition. I had this bug too, and the only solution I found was using Fedora. -Josh
  7. Hi Liam, Currently, the only way to fix this is to use a Fedora distribution of Linux instead of Ubuntu on the computer. Edit: Here is a more updated version of the instructable -Josh
  8. Hey GalaxyWatcher1, I'd recommend checking out this instructable written be our LabView. He goes over how to install LabView (which is harder than it seems), and links to some other helpful sites. -Josh
  9. Hi Gary, All of the example projects that Digilent has for the uC32 can be found on the wiki page here: Unfortunately, we don't have any assembly code projects for the uC32, you might be able to find something in the chipKIT forums though. -Josh
  10. Hey riceman744, This is a great question! I'm sending it off to our support team, and they'll get back to you soon. -Josh
  11. Hey, we we're talking about this and we think the FPGA forum would be best while your project is being created. -Josh
  12. Hi SCHLIEFER, Here are some pages that link to a bunch of examples: Real Analog (This has a lot of reference material)Product Page (Check the bottom of the page for sample projects)Wiki Page of EE BoardI hope this helps! -Josh
  13. Hey, I moved this to the Embedded Linux forum. -Josh
  14. Awesome! Thanks for posting!
  15. This is a great question, because of the chip on the board, we're not totally sure. I'm going to send this to the team that will know for sure, so stay tuned! -Josh
  16. We've sent this over to our application guys, so don't worry, you haven't been forgotten.
  17. Josh

    Vmodcam resolution

    I emailed our support team, here's what they sent back: I hope this helps! -Josh
  18. I'm might be able to narrow down what's happening. Does a corded keyboard/mouse work? It's possible that it's just a compatibility issue with Linux and All-in-One Keyboard (You can check out here that Linux isn't even included in their compatibility chart) Open up a terminal and run the command "lsusb", that will print out a list of devices currently connected. If you can post a screenshot that could provide some insight. -Josh
  19. Expanding on what JColvin said a little bit. It takes about 1.5-2 GB of memory to get everything booted. The 8 GB SD Card ends up offering about 4 more GBs of usable space than the 4 GB SD card. -Josh
  20. Hey guys, I'm just dropping in to say this is a great example of a forum topic. We want our forum members to be helping each other out, which is exactly what happened here. I'm the author of that instructable, but my knowledge of FPGAs is still fairly limited, so I wouldn't have been able to help as much I would have wanted too. (But you guys got everything figured out!) -Josh
  21. Josh

    Digilent Basys 3

    Don't worry, these are great questions! (I moved this to the FPGA forum)
  22. Hey! We're all pretty excited to see what happens!
  23. You might have already checked these out, but on the Analog Parts Kit page you can click on the part # and it'll will send you to the AD page. Here's the ADP3300 page and the technical documentation page (I think this one will have what you need) I hope this helps! -Josh