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I just baught an Arduino ethernet and I just received it...
Thanks you for the kit.
I wanted to start and find no documentation for it !
Fortunatly I find the way to test it 4 hours after : With a big head !
I then think it would be a good idea to make a tutorial how to connect to an arduino ethernet usb : Few specifications ...
I found that this arduino doesn't connect to pin 13 but 9
That serial port is ACM0
And that usb has to be connected to 6 pins plug (that was the easiest), I think there is a lack of explanations about that.
I even had a big fear because reading arduino, I thaught it was only an ethernet card !
big fear (106 euros), I probably will write something one of these days when i know it better.
Otherwise I am happy with the kit.
thank you for this message. I think, you are right. Some more explanations would be cool. I hope, we can do something in the future. I putted it on the to do list. You can find a nice explanation on the Arduino-Website.
So you thaught, that you maybe only get a Shiled with the Starter Kit? That is interesting. We will communicate it better.
So again: Thank you very much for this infos and we wish you a good time with the Kit :)
I went a little further today... After trying some ino, I got blocked !
So I tried to find why. There is an excellent test with gambas2 to light a led by clicking a button. In fact when I can't get any further I load it and try again.
Link is gambas2 : Mis programmas y algo mas
That's how i began successfully
There is another one with gambas3 but I haven't tested it actually,but seems good. My aim is to be able to use an arduino oscillo to test a RLC circuit.
Tonight I am looking to birthday thing but apparently resistors don't load in fritzing.