Removing NETMF

Can I remove NETMF from a FEZ Cerbuino Bee, and then run code on it that is in c or c++?
Would that require the RLP, or can that be done without RLP.
Also can you use gadgeteer sockets from RLP or native code?

you can - it’s a standard STM32F4 processor.

RLP is C/C++ code that can be leveraged from WITHIN netmf on GHI’s boards.

Sockets are only logical grouping of pins, nothing special. If you go outside a Gadgeteer application, you have to write all the drivers yourself.

Would it be possible to change it to practically act like an arduino, and is it possible to reinstall netmf easily, or does it require a lot of work?

its a standard STM32F4 processor. There’s nothing hard about putting netmf back onto it - you follow the “bootloader update” procedure. You’re on your own about getting a generic bootloader and an environment for bare metal dev.