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Hi .. I found some Time ago a project that make a webserver from a mega and ethernet shield to control and logging sensor over a webpage ... i think it's not just a sketch but a complete bootloader. I ccannot remember the name of this project. Someone know this project? This bootloader is ONLY for the Mega 2560 and support various sensor like dht22 photoresistor etc .... tanks
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Hi,

You can connect your Arduino Mega with ethernet shield to KSduino
web server to monitor and control your device:  http://ksduino.org

We are opened from last Saturday and are looking for users! :-)

So welcome to KSduino: http://blog.ksduino.org/post/37480815224/welcome-to-ksduino
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Kirill Scherba.
http://ksduino.org

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This looks very interesting...I wish you well with your venture and will keep it in mind if I have any application for this .
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Thanks.
We are waiting for you.
Good luck!
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Tanks for the info, but i need something like KSduino but offline(nô internet connections) tanks
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I don't know anything about bootloaders, and maybe that is where your probhlem lies, but what you are talking about is not likely to be exclusive to a Mega2560+shield. This link may be of use:
http://www.freetronics.com/pages/online-thermometer#.UMwG86xjHlc
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