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    Redbear CC3200: Galaxia_Task Example

    Thank you Rei Vilo. I was not aware that rtosSetup and rtosGlobals are not yet included. It is hard to use what is not there! I could just create a second task (and have tested that) but I am looking for a thread that can be spawned by code, and rtos_Task seems to be the best option. My application will have at least one thread that needs to be kicked off and then die in under a minute. I really don
  2. I am working with a simplified version of the Galaxia_Task example. For some reason the rtosSetup() function does not seem to be firing. My code: TaskTest.ino #include "Energia.h" #include "rtosGlobals.h" void setup() { Serial.begin(115200); } void loop() { Serial.println("Hello from test loop"); delay(1000); } rtosGlobals.h #include "Energia.h" #include "Task.h" void functionTask(); Task myTask; void functionTask() { while(true) { Serial.println("hello from task"); delay(500); } } void rtosSetup() { myTask.begin(functionTask, Task_numPriorities - 1); } The only serial output I get is
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    Redbear CC3200 Hardware Crypto Engine

    Uncompressing is not working on my mac, but I will seek other means. Thanks for the direction.
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    Redbear CC3200 Hardware Crypto Engine

    Thanks bluehash. The link you provided delivers a .exe, which I cannt open. Is there another way to get the files that will work for mac users?
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    Redbear CC3200 Hardware Crypto Engine

    Thanks for the reply Rei Vilo. I have looked at that wiki a couple of times, but I see no links to the source files. Any idea wher they are available?
  6. The feature list for the redbear cc3200 includes a hardware crypto engine with aes functionality. I am having a hard time figuring out how to access those libraries. Can someone point me in the right direction or perhaps to an example of usage?
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    Hello From Oklahoma!

    Hi everyone. This is turning into an exciting new hobby for me. I am an experienced programmer, but I am just starting with electrical engineering. Thank you in advance to everyone for creating this community.
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