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Arduino+Matlab(on Virtual Machine)

Subject: Arduino+Matlab(on Virtual Machine)

From: Fabrizio Schiano

Date: 26 Jul, 2013 13:44:22

Message: 1 of 2

I have a pc with Windows 7 installed.

On this computer I installed a Virtual Machine with Linux and on this Virtual Machine I´m running Matlab.

I have an Arduino Uno. Why when I connect it to the computer the Virtual Machine doesn´t recognize that there is a USB peripheral connected to it?

(' $ lsusb' is the command I use to list all the USB peripherals)

Thanks In Advance,
Fab.

Subject: Arduino+Matlab(on Virtual Machine)

From: Steven_Lord

Date: 26 Jul, 2013 14:35:20

Message: 2 of 2



"Fabrizio Schiano" <fabrizio.schiano@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:kstufm$d6j$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
> I have a pc with Windows 7 installed.
>
> On this computer I installed a Virtual Machine with Linux and on this
> Virtual Machine Im running Matlab.
> I have an Arduino Uno. Why when I connect it to the computer the Virtual
> Machine doesnt recognize that there is a USB peripheral connected to it?

Is the Arduino Uno recognized by the Linux VM and not recognized by MATLAB,
or is it not recognized by the Linux VM at all?

In the latter case, I'm not sure that's something CSSM can help you with.
You should probably ask for help on that issue in an Arduino and/or Linux
forum.

I'm not certain if that's a supported configuration (Arduino Uno + VM +
Simulink) but you could try using the Arduino Uno support package in the
Hardware Support Package section of the File Exchange to interface Simulink
and the Arduino Uno.

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