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  1. Hello everyone, PIC32MX and PIC32MZ base support has been merged in RIOT-OS. In addition, basic support for the chipKIT Wifire has also been merged. RIOT is a small operating systems for embedded devices with the following features: Multi-threading support, with a full stack for each thread Some POSIX compatibility network stack with IPv6 support Drivers for various sensors And many other things The current support for the chipKIT Wi-Fire is still very incomplete: only a small GPIO driver has been merged. I have written some drivers for SPI, I2C, Random Number Generator (available on my github repository) but it would help a lot if more people contribute: writing drivers for peripherals, reviewing & verifying pull requests, writing documentation in the wiki... How to try RIOT-OS on the Wifire If you are on Windows, follow the instructions on the wiki: https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/wiki/Build-RIOT-on-Windows-OS. Install the MIPS toolchain Set MIPS_ELF_ROOT environment variable to the MIPS toolchain directory export PATH=$PATH:$MIPS_ELF_ROOT/bin cd examples/hello-world make BOARD=pic32-wifire The file to flash is bin/pic32-wifire/hello-world.hex. The UART output is configured as baudrate 9600, one stop, no parity bit. Useful links: - RIOT repository: https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/ - toolchain: https://community.imgtec.com/developers/mips/tools/codescape-mips-sdk/download-codescape-mips-sdk-essentials/ Fran├žois