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Topic: Yun to labview TCP/IP wireless (Read 11894 times) previous topic - next topic


May 26, 2015, 11:05 am Last Edit: Dec 17, 2015, 11:32 am by sonnyyu
I knew Sonny would give us a better solution. I used to use netcat, but this (so-cat) a better solution. 8)
The netcat should worked as well.

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opkg  update
opkg install netcat

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mkfifo /tmp/fifo
(netcat -l -p 8887 < /tmp/fifo | netcat 6571 > /tmp/fifo) &


How do you success of using it at the end?


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Poor translation I think Nick. His other post is just a touch better.
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Agree with crossroads.

This subject in particular has been annoying. Some professor, some where in Europe (we think) is assigning students to have Arduino Yun talk to Labview. What makes it silly is theses students don't know a thing about TCP/IP networking. Which means all we can do is hand them a canned answer. Answers they cannot expand - because they don't understand the answer; let alone the question.



How to use labview and Arduino yun's Wireless Protocol??

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