Hello, after several time googeling the web, I could not find any answer to my questions !!!In fact, I would like (as test purpose for the moment) have a linux box based on a VIA Artigo pico http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/embedded/artigo/index.jsp. On that box, I run apache and Tomcat (Java container) and publish web pages. On the USB, I connect an ARDUINO board with a sketch on it.What I would like is to have some JSP on the VIA box so that a user can change values and check values to/from the ARDUINO board.Is it possible, does anyone has done that before ?Many thanks for help.
Many thanks, just a few more questions :I am running 2.6.22 linux kernel ( a light one, recompiled without a lot of unnecessary bits). This works perfect in a network standpoint (Apache/Tomcat).I have installed the arduini soft and driver and I can see the Arduino board. Is that driver enough our shall I use another one ?In fact, once I have the USB/Serial driver installed, can't I use the java.io API to send command directly to the /dev/TTYsx interface instead of the JNI + Low level C driver ? (A bit like the serial monitor of the arduino software does).In this case, I can send value to the arduino board from my JSP pages and I need to update the arduino sketch to send all the needed values to the Linux driver.Many thanks