Dear Santa, SoftPAC for Linux install would be nice?


#1

I was just staring into my warm cup of cocoa thinking that a Linux install of SoftPAC would be sweet. Then I could drop it on a industrial fanless pc for way more processing power than an S1 with no Windows. Isn’t that basically what hiding inside a Groov anyway?

It was just a random thought.


#2

The elves are on it.

Stay on the Nice list!


#3

I’ve actually been wishing for Pac Display runtime for Linux. I like the Raspberry Pi to Snap I/O adaptor card. Dreaming of the possibilities.


#4

Pac Display on Linux… ahhh… Keep dreaming on that one.
(We just got out of the ‘studio’ shooing our intro video to the Pi Carrier Board - Pretty excited about it).


#5

Just doing a brief browse, the Pi carrier is only capable of reading digital I/O, not analog?


#6

At the moment yes… What would you be looking for in the analog signal world?


#7

Standard 4-20 mA I/O. Perhaps ICTD. I don’t have anything specific in mind. Yet. Just exploring.


#8

Ok, thanks for the feedback. We don’t take any of the SPI or I2C bus, so you can use that to add some analog I/O.