I am looking for an inexpensive way to program uc from Atmel, Microchip, and TI. I am trying to get familiare with a few different uc's but do not have the funds to purchase any programmers. I heard that you can program a blank chip with a parallel port, but I wasn't sure which chips could and could not be programmed in this way. My motherboard has no parallel connection.
My writed NIC driver for rtl8139d adapter on linux 3.0.4 cannot send and recieve simultaneously but is able to send or recieve in parallel respectively. As soon as it send and recieve at the same time, the transmmition rate on both directions gradually decrease to zero b/s and report "stalled" at the end.
I have an HP 1100A laser printer (parallel port) which includes a scanner.With the ubuntu based version of crunchbang i could successfully use the scanner (ie the parallel port is well handled).Any reason to thing this should/Should not / work with the latest statler version ?Thanks
Is it possible to start GNU Parallel in the background, or somehow, send it to the background?
I want to do this so that I can use two commands that run parallel at the same time.
And why dont I execute everything in one parallel command? Two reasons, 1. parallel slows down after a while, 2. because I want to separate it so I can stop execution of one group without stoping everythnig
which is the most parallel of the following 3:
multi core cpus (like sandy bridge), rops, cuda cores?
i'm asking because i forgot, but one of the smartest people ive ever been pm'd by said that the problem with today's architectures is that they are not radically parallel enough and that we wouldn't need hardware functions if they were.
he was talking about fpgas being parallel but that somethin
parallel from moreutils is a great tool for, among other things, distributing m independent tasks evenly over n CPUs. Does anybody know of a tool that accomplishes the same thing for multiple machines?