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2001\11\10@082127 by mike

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Hi Folks,
Is there any way to run MPLAB over a home TCP/IP network?
I have three machines on the network but only one has the MPLAB
software and its in the garden shed where its now getting very cold
to sit and type in there, but its where all the PIC hardware is.
Installing the software on the other two machines is'nt an option as
their HD's are almost full. and moving the MPLAB machine would
be difficult as it has homebrewed interfaces connected to other test
equipment.
any help appreciated. Possibly a pointer to an FAQ on the subject?
Thanks Mike W
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2001\11\10@085818 by Gerhard Fiedler

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At 13:19 11/10/2001 +0000, Mike W wrote:
>Is there any way to run MPLAB over a home TCP/IP network?\

assuming all the systems are some kind of windows, you can set up
netmeeting to accept incoming calls (password protected). depending on your
betwork (this was supposed to be "network" but i thought i'd leave it,
makes sense, too... could also be "guesswork" or "hopework" :) setup, this
may be quite safe or not.

but you would run mplab on the remote machine. i don't know whether this is
what you want. if you want to run it on your local machine but from a
remote storage, you can share a drive/directory on that remote machine and
install it on your local machine, with a network installation path. there
are variations of this, depending on what exactly you want to do and what
your limitations are.

ge

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2001\11\10@134835 by Brandon Fosdick

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Mike W wrote:
>
> Hi Folks,
> Is there any way to run MPLAB over a home TCP/IP network?
> I have three machines on the network but only one has the MPLAB
> software and its in the garden shed where its now getting very cold
> to sit and type in there, but its where all the PIC hardware is.
> Installing the software on the other two machines is'nt an option as
> their HD's are almost full. and moving the MPLAB machine would
> be difficult as it has homebrewed interfaces connected to other test
> equipment.
> any help appreciated. Possibly a pointer to an FAQ on the subject?
> Thanks Mike W

Sound like its time for you to switch to BSD or Linux. :)

You won't be able to run MPLAB but all the development tools are there,
they just look a little different. Some look better IMO.

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2001\11\10@233540 by Russell McMahon

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> Is there any way to run MPLAB over a home TCP/IP network?

Running AT&T Labs free "VNC" (Virtual Network Computing?) will allow you to
control a PC across a TCPIP connection (LAN or Internet). Speed may suffer
somewhat but it works fairly well.

           http://www.uk.researcg.att.com/vnc

Size of program on sending machine is moderate (well under 12 MB AFAIR) and
on receiving / controlling machines is even smaller. You cam mix computers
and OS's (PC, MAC, ...,  Windows, DOS, UNIX xxx , ...)




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2001\11\11@102720 by John Ferrell

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Is this link working for others? I can't seem to get there...

John Ferrell
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Phone: (336)685-9606
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2001\11\11@103122 by Al Williams

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That's not the link I have. For some reason my reply sent directly to
the author and not the list (not sure why). Here it is again:

If you are using XP, you can control the remote machine over the
network. You can do the same trick with Netmeeting (remote desktop
option). You can also download VNC (free) from AT&T to allow you to do
the same sort of thing, cross platform
(http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/).

Let me know if you want me to elaborate on any of these options off
list.

Al Williams
AWC
* Simplify RS-232 prototyping http://www.al-williams.com/awce/rs1.htm

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2001\11\12@114933 by Peter L. Peres

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I don't know about the network, I will try running MPLAB under WINE some
day, but I know for sure that if the computer your garden shed will reach
the dew point then you will have one less hard disk to worry about before
too long. Keep the disk warmer than the dewpoint at all times when
intending to operate it or you will have a 'wet' head crash before too
long.

Peter

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2001\11\12@171414 by mike

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On  at , Peter L. Peres wrote:

> I don't know about the network, I will try running MPLAB under WINE some
> day, but I know for sure that if the computer your garden shed will reach
> the dew point then you will have one less hard disk to worry about before
> too long. Keep the disk warmer than the dewpoint at all times when
> intending to operate it or you will have a 'wet' head crash before too
> long.
>
> Peter
>
Thanks Peter, its permenently on so its usually warmer than its
surroundings. but thanks for thr warning as I might not have been
aware of the problem.
atb Mike W

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