[Tinyos-help] [Info] A complete Imote2 installation & programming guide on Ubuntu
Paul Joonhwa Shin
paulshin at purdue.edu
Tue Nov 16 07:10:07 PST 2010
Thank you for your suggestion. I stopped by iMote2 page of tinyos wiki
and found that someone already put a link to my web page. I, of course,
agree that the link will not be permanent as I will be graduating.
So I will put all of my contents into the tinyos wiki as a part of it
soon as you suggested. Then it will persist.
Philip Levis wrote:
> Given that docs.tinyos.net is a wiki, it might be helpful to put your web page up there: this means it will persist after you graduate from Purdue.
> On Oct 25, 2010, at 9:54 AM, Paul Joonhwa Shin wrote:
>> I am a PhD student at Purdue. I just want to contribute to this
>> community with
>> my hands-on experience for imote2 installation & programming.
>> After struggling a month or so, I could finally set up all environments for
>> Imote2 programming on Ubuntu 10.04.
>> Although I found more than ten web pages, describing their successful
>> configuration and installation procedures, they are missing some problem
>> that I encountered.
>> So I made a web page that contains my experience and my own procedures that
>> worked on Ubuntu 10.04. Of course, most of them are from other existing
>> but I also include things that I have never found on the web including this
>> In addition, I just collected useful resources from other web pages. So you
>> could browse almost all available sources on a single page. I of course put
>> where they are from.
>> I hope it would be useful for newbies like whom I was.
>> Paul's Guide: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~paulshin/research_Imote2.html
>> Paul Joonhwa Shin
>> Paul J. Shin (Joonhwa Shin)
>> Graduate Research Assistant
>> Robot Vision Lab
>> School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
>> Purdue University
>> "Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and
>> those who lead many to righteousness like the stars for ever and ever."
>> - DAN 12:3
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Paul J. Shin (Joonhwa Shin)
Graduate Research Assistant
Robot Vision Lab
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
"Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and
those who lead many to righteousness like the stars for ever and ever."
- DAN 12:3
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