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2000\05\30@072812 by Chris Pringle

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Hi All,
I've found that Windows has become very unstable for me over the past few months, and I much prefer Linux (RedHat 7). Does anyone know of any software similar to MPLAB, that runs on Linux, and supports the PICSTART PLUS programmer?

Regards,
Chris Pringle

2000\05\30@073224 by Tim Hamel

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Yea, windoze tends to do that. I've made it a ritual to reinstall windows
every few months. I assure you this cures 99.9% of the lockups, GPFs, BSODs,
etc. As far as Linux, how did you get ahold of RedHat 7!? (Translation:
"RedHat 7 doesn't exist; latest is 6.2," unless you mean Mandrake 7?).

Regards,

Tim Hamel

In a message dated 5/30/00 4:28:32 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
spam_OUTcpringleTakeThisOuTspamLATRIGG.DEMON.CO.UK writes:

> Hi All,
>  I've found that Windows has become very unstable for me over the past few
> months, and I much prefer Linux (RedHat 7). Does anyone know of any
software
> similar to MPLAB, that runs on Linux, and supports the PICSTART PLUS
> programmer?
>
>  Regards,
>  Chris Pringle

2000\05\30@084141 by Scott Dattalo

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On Tue, 30 May 2000, Chris Pringle wrote:

> Hi All,
> I've found that Windows has become very unstable for me over the past few months, and I much prefer Linux (RedHat 7). Does anyone know of any software similar to MPLAB, that runs on Linux, and supports the PICSTART PLUS programmer?


For a (primarily) Linux based simulator, check out gpsim:

http://www.dattalo.com/gnupic/gpsim.html

Where I JUST released development version 0.19.2 .

For an MPASM compatible assembler:

http://www.dattalo.com/gnupic/gpasm.html

Scott

2000\05\30@090225 by M. Adam Davis

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Unfortunately nothing like MPLAB exists for any OS other than Windows.  You
might try using MPLAB under WINE (windows emulator).  Wine is still considered
beta, but it should be good enough for MPLAB.

Alternately, take Scott's GPSIM, GPASM, and you favorite text editor as glue and
you can create your own IDE.

-Adam

Chris Pringle wrote:
>
> Hi All,
> I've found that Windows has become very unstable for me over the past few months, and I much prefer Linux (RedHat 7). Does anyone know of any software similar to MPLAB, that runs on Linux, and supports the PICSTART PLUS programmer?
>
> Regards,
> Chris Pringle

2000\05\30@095907 by Chris Pringle
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Thanks, I'll have a look at that. At least then I will have an OS that stays
up for more than an hour at a time.

Regards
Chris Pringle
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2000\05\31@071109 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,

for the Picstart PLUS programmer: http://www.cosmodog.com

Regards,
Imre


On Tue, 30 May 2000, Scott Dattalo wrote:

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2000\05\31@090443 by riest

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Hai,

I'm not familair yet window developing PIC software on a Linux box.
I do now that the C2C compiler is compatible with Linux. And I
guess programming a PIC from a Linux box is posible to.

That one thing I can say is that Linux is robust. My servers here ans
at company runs smothly (only one real crash because I run out of
temporary disk space). At home it never crached and my laptop
never crashed.
I use the Debian distributions (slink).

Ries

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