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I'm a novice programmer just starting out with Arduino and working with an FRC robotics team. I am also working with a cRIO device, another micro controller, and would like to have the Arduino Leonardo interface with it through Labview. The main problem that we currently face is having the Arduino recognized as a joystick in FRC Driver Station; or as a USB on the computer for that matter. We brought Arduino Leonardo because of its built in HID capabilities, but it continues to give us trouble; even with the latest drivers installed. Any advice or suggestions would be a huge help, thanks.
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We brought Arduino Leonardo because of its built in HID capabilities, but it continues to give us trouble; even with the latest drivers installed. Any advice or suggestions would be a huge help, thanks.
You could set the Leonardo down and give it a stern lecture on proper behavior, which probably would go in one ear and out the other. Or, you could tell us what kind of "trouble" it's giving you.
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