Hi,I bought a Yun a year or so ago, but didnt use it...I remember the AVR on it being utter crap, so all the processing has to happen on the MIPS side, which(i don't have the yun here currently) probably is riddled with background processes of all sorts, like http servers, the thing that remotly programs the AVR, that python program that interfaces with the serial port(which i'll be using myself...) and all that stuff.So is there any way of having just the kernel, drivers and my application(and probably things like the wifi deamon or the network time thing(i dont belive the yun has a battery backed clock) (EDIT: And a the SSH server might be useful aswelll)) run?Also im a bit in fear of the factory reset button, can you disable that feature, or change the image it uses?
As for the factory reset button, ShapeShifter has notes on that and should be able to help you get the button disabled.
# Added section to set the handshake line.# GP19 is connected to D7 of the 32U4 processor.# This requires setting GP22 high to enable the U7 level shifter.# This GPIO is already exported.# Then GP19 needs to be exported, set to output, and finally brought low.echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio22/valueecho 19 > /sys/class/gpio/exportecho "high" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio19/directionecho 0 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio19/value
Does Triggerhappy service any other buttons?
Also, is the SPI driver on the yun a generic one or was it specifically made for the yun?
Wow, performance pressure! Actually, any notes I have came from you, Jesse. I'm surprised you didn't take this one as it's clearly a Linux configuration task. ::::SNIP::::
Does Triggerhappy service any other buttons? if not, i could get rid of it completly, freeing up some memory.(Thw wifi reset is kinda pointless, it just sets the wifi to an unencrypted acces point).:::SNIP::::
Thanks for the info about processes!I will open another thread about spi ss on pin 7, to keep everything nice and organized.