Turning FEZ Panda into a ARM devboard

Txs, that’s very nice to know. :wink:


That usbzi chip is so powerful and feature rich that it is obscene. Gus, will it support usb drives with partitions larger than 2tb?

Just wondering if the FEZ Panda II can also be used with this?


I don’t see why not.

Old thread, but I am curious about one point:
Is it possible to use yagarto tools instead of Keil free compiler (wich is 32k-limited)?


Very nice! I’d be interested to know the performance of eLua vs NETMF.

At this time eLua is a single thread and all operations must compete before moving on, I have not done any timing testing.

does the eLua have access to the hardware? Can it, for example, toggle an I/O pin?

It has been a while since I looked at the port, PWM, DIO, ADC, and timers.

Hello all,

There were a few mentions of getting eLua (http://www.eluaproject.net/) running on a Fez Panda and a Fez Mini. Does anyone have detailed instructions for this? Also, has anyone gotten it to run on the old EMX development board? Any instructions for that?

I have a few of these old boards and I’m wondering if it would be worth it to use them for eLua. I know there are some other inexpensive boards that will work, but I have these laying around.


https://www.ghielectronics.com/community/forum/topic?id=2734 is the “how to erase” page this originally talked about if that helps.