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AndyD273

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  1. That is awesome, thanks! I had to use tilib instead of rf2500, but after that it seemed to work. Weirdly the first few times that I unplugged the board and plugged it back in the program seemed to get lost. Then the 4th or 5th time I loaded the program it seemed to stick. I'll probably pick up a handful of those arduino clones, and maybe a few of the atmega chips so I can just program them and use them without the board, I've just had this board laying around so long that I really wanted to see it given a use.
  2. My project is this: Wait for a button push. Turn on a relay for 10 seconds. Turn off the relay. Wait for the next button push. on the arduino it is essentially: loop(){ if(button == HIGH){ writeout(relay, HIGH); delay(10000); writeout(relay, LOW); } } In code composer it seems a lot more complicated. I think that's why I've never done anything with the MSP430 in the 8+ years I've had it.
  3. Unfortunately that's the only G chip listed. I tried adding the MSP430G2231 to the boards.txt with some stuff I found on GitHub, but apparently I didn't do that right: boards.txt When I try to run it I get this error: Lastly, I have an Arduino Uno which I started my project on and got it working, but I want to turn it into an embedded project and so was hoping to use this little board in place of the Uno so I can use that for other things. The project is super simple, and isn't much more complicated than this blink example. If I have to I'll learn how to do it with code composer, but it would be cool if I didn't have to start over from scratch.
  4. I'm trying to get my MSP430 working with Energia. I was getting an error saying it couldn't find the board. Then I found this work around: http://forum.43oh.com/topic/9848-energia-1610r18-windows-7-launchpad-msp430g2553-dont-load-sketch/?p=74156 and now it can find the board, but I'm getting a new error: I'm just trying to upload an unmodified blink example program. From what I can tell, the problem is the line that says "Writing 842 bytes at c000..." because that is outside of the device memory range. I don't know if there's a way to work around this, but I'm hopeful.
  5. Brand new to device programming, though I've had this MSP430 board for 8 years. Mostly just here to see if I can get my board to work with Energia
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