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  1. on the front page, Mathew Witherwax said: but Rickta59 said: So, who is right? should I bind the node license to a usb wifi dongle to cover the case that I get a new laptop once a year? Or do you think I will be able to change the MAC in the node license more than just 1 time in the future?
  2. I got notified that they shipped my order yesterday @@Rickta59 What is the real issue with 64bit here? the 32bit version does work on 64bit linux systems like on windows, right? Are there any other caveats beside that with a 64bit version, you could compile faster?
  3. I've never had money to buy such a license as a someone who only plays around with MCUs as a hobby. How does this node license work if for example my laptop breaks? Can I transfer the license to a new laptop/pc?
  4. worked for me, that's $16.98 with shipping. Good deal!
  5. @hamada your setup should work fine as far as I can tell. The datasheet from ST on page 6 says that it should be fine even with 2.4V input on the "data pin", only the output current will be lower, but it is still 200mA at 2.4V, more than enough for your led. Maybe you could test it without the launchpad first by just applying 3.3V or 5V to the input pin on the ULN2003. If this doesn't work, I would say, your LED or the ULN2003 is damaged. Or use a multimeter to check
  6. Neuroduino is a simple implementation for the arduino platform, you will surely find inspiration there. But I'm not really sure what you intent to do with the neural network if you succeed. I don't want to sound like an a-hole, but usually people experimenting with neural networks are a bit more trained to do their own online research before asking in forums. Have you ever play around with neural networks (ready-made implementations) on a computer?
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