Arduino Yún, Part 2

OK, I have had my Yún for 3 days now, so let’s get started.

First of all, pictures:

Yun_top_1

Yun_top_2

Yun_top_3

The heart of the Arduino core: the Atmel MEGA32U4 microcontroller. 32KB of Flash memory, 2,5KB of SRAM and 1KB of EEPROM, the usual I/O, essentially a Leonardo. Pretty classic stuff.
MEGA32U4

What is not visible in the pictures, is this:
Atheros_AR9331_2This is the Atheros AR9331 processor. It runs at 400MHz, has 16MB of Flash, 64MB of RAM and runs Linino, a Linux distribution based on OpenWRT.

Yun_bottom_1

Yun_bottom_2

Yun_bottom_3

Now, with 3 different reset switches! From left to right, for the Yun (Linux), the WiFi and the 32U4 (Arduino).
Reset_Buttons

I was wandering how fast “upload a sketch over WiFi” was, so I made a little video comparing it to the classic “upload over USB”:

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