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  1. Hello all, I have the MX4CK pic32 cerebot board, and am trying to implement the pmod wifi. I have attempted to use several of the available examples from Microchip, to no avail, and haven't come across anybody who has successfully implemented the pmod wifi. Can anyone help out with some starter c code for MPLAB? I would like to implement it as ad-hoc / point to point wifi to communicate with my linux box over TCP (or any other layer), but something router-based would be fine, if I can get my hands on a router. Apologies if it sounds like a plea of laziness. I have been toying with trying to get this thing to work for over a year, and again, have only heard second-hand of anyone actually getting it to work. Frankly, my confidence in the support for this pmod is waning. I have implemented I2C, spi, and basically every other board peripheral except for this one, and I have a decent grasp of networking and sockets. Part of it may be that I have simply never used MPIDE, only MPLABX, so I haven't been able to get the c++/duino style examples running. Also, whatever I get running I will most certainly post. I'm tired of reading dead-end queries about the MRF24WB0MA, and would like to save the next guy/gal the same anguish. Thanks!