I have an old microcontroller, the BASIC Stamp from Parallax that I want to play around with… I think it’s proprietary and need to use their PBASIC editor. On their website are various downloads for Linux. I sort of zeroed on the TGZ PBASIC editor in parts 1 and 2. Seems like the right choice but I don’t know.
After downloading the two files, how do I get it to work? How do I merge them? why are there 2 parts?
Another option is to use Chrome, but google has never touched my computer and I don’t want to feel dirty. is there a way to use chrome without the rapiness?
Though you’d have a more definitive response by contacting Parallax’ support instead.
Heh. Are you absolutely sure about that?
Hint: if you are running a Linux kernel, don’t bother trying to argue.
Can you explain instead of condescending to me? I see your toxic, but toxicity hurts those you love, not just strangers on the internet.
Since google is a contributor to the linux kernel, the premise the google has not touched your computer could be debatable, is what @merlock is trying to convey. If you use adjectives like dirty and rapiness, expect others to call you out in it…
Oh is that all? That’s only debatable if you really really want Google on my computer.
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