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Subject: Re: Help with megaduino?
From: trandi <dopre...@gmail.com>
To: "NYCResistor:Microcontrollers" <email@example.com>
- sanguino(based on ATmega644) is not the same thing as a megaduino
- you really need to provide more details about what exactly you're
doing and what doesn't work...
On Sep 16, 2:15 am, echo <echo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So it turns out that im taking a microcontrolers class in school where we're
> supposed to be using arduino. Lo and behold i have a sanguino that i got at
> last years HOPE and i wasnt able to get it working on my own. I spoke and
> hung out with openfly and we had the same board and at the time were unable
> to get them working.
> so id like to try and get this board working so that i can start working on
> my project without having to spend the money for a new board, its based off
> the ATMEGA644 chip.
> any help in getting this working would be greatly appreciated :D