DIY HOWTO – Linux Temperature Monitoring using the DS1820

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Here’s how you can make your own Linux Temperature Monitoring system coupled with a DS1820
chip using the 1-wire communication protocol. Note that you could easily do this with a Basic Stamp,
which supports 1-wire protocol and just simply add a serial LCD.  But if you are a Linux lover like us,
you will want to try this out, maybe using an embedded Linux system like one from Atmel.

Check out STK1000 video and running Doom on STK1000, which is one of the best embedded Linux
platforms out there.  The AVR32, which is the processor for the STK1000, does outrun most ARM
processors.
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