On Sun, 4/26/09, Tony N. [email protected] wrote:
Programming for USB Host is unfortunately not simple…
Thank you for the suggestions. I did some research on USB in the couple
two days ago. I found a microchip pic which can be configured as a USB
host or device. But, as you said it is not simple and can take a long
I think approx $150 for a board that runs Linux and you can
be confident will do the job is a bargain.
yes that’s it. A simple and fast way -I think- will be to use a cheep
PC104 with AMD processor running light Ubuntu.