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How to load RetroBSD onto the Atom32 Video!

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Artwork for Atom32

A couple people have asked me about the Atom  and   Feather artwork on the PCB. I used google images to find them and did not see any disclaimers or anything, but here are the original images and their sites are on them. Thank You


feather atom

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RetroBSD Device!


Just created a device driver (i think)… There is now a “led0″ in “dev/” and also a test application in “bin/” its called “ledtest”

Running ledtest will simply blink the 3rd led on/off about 7 times with a 1sec rate. The options/commands for led0 are:


All of them use a structure which is basically (LED#, DELAY,COUNT) as you may have guess the DELAY and COUNT do not matter for the ON/OFF options above and is only used for BLINK.

You can download the FULL PACKAGE


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Atom32 running RetroBSD!

Check it out, nothing huge but got some console data back from USB of my Atom32.


Pretty cool! Im working on getting the console pushed to UART2 but so far its a pain in the tush! UART is default at 115200. Can also control GPIO (led in video)

As a disclaimer this isnt TESTED 100% and its not my code so any flaws or errors remain on the RetroBSD side. I have simply modifies the FUBARINO code to work with the Atom32, since they use the same MCU. I have only tested running the core and controlling some GPIO.

For all CODE and FILES please visit  Atom32 link at top of PAGE

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Atom32 Condensed Info

All info on the Atom32 can now be found on the top menu labeled Atom32 or by clicking this link.


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Atom32 Hits the web!


Here is a preview of whats to come. I already have tons of code working for my other PIC just have to port it over to my development system. Going to be fun!


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Atom32 Test & Info


Arduino Style Numbering for MPIDE. (Fubarino Style)


Number 7:  Card Detect (CD)

Number 4:  Card Select (CS)

New Bootloader: [DOWNLOAD] For use as FubarinoSD , contains LED & PROG Btn definitions.

LED 1 (L1)  is boot led

Button 1 (SW1) is PROGRAM button.