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DefendLineII to run in Linux online

Free download DefendLineII to run in Linux online Linux app to run online in Ubuntu online, Fedora online or Debian online

This is the Linux app named DefendLineII to run in Linux online whose latest release can be downloaded as DefendlineII_1.0.0.18.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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DefendLineII to run in Linux online


ATMEL ATMega1280 based powerful, multifunctional, reliable, expandable and extremely flexible hardware platform for home and industrial processes automation, robotic toys, security systems, education and enjoyment.


  • Includes Atmel ATmega1280 chip with 128k internal flash program memory clocked by 14.7456 MHz crystal
  • Power supply: 3.3 Vdc, dual independent stabilized power sources (7-14 V unregulated input as main source, 0.8-14 V input as backup or battery source), interrupt driven power failure detection
  • Four independent input lines for alarm sensors (PIR sensors, etc) and one line for tamper detection
  • Two 10A 240 VAC relay outputs
  • Four hardware serial interfaces for communication with GSM/Ethernet/Bluethooth/Zigbee/GPS modules, JPEG CMOS cameras etc. (One serial port is used by onboard USB-to-Serial FT232BL chip to simplify device configuration, flashing and debugging procedures but USB functionality may be disabled by a jumper so there will be four serial ports at your service)
  • Dedicated I2C real time clock chip
  • Dedicated I2C thermometer/thermostat chip
  • Standard AVR ISP 10-pin connector for in-circuit flashing
  • Standard JTAG 10-pin connector for in-circuit debugging
  • USB connection via serial port emulation, Win/Linux driver support
  • MicroSD slot for storing pictures, sounds etc
  • I2C connector for interfacing with tilt/accelerometer/motion etc sensors
  • Interface for 2×16 3.3V LCD display, backlight fading out feature
  • Two buttons for toggling modes
  • Three LEDs (green, red and blue) to indicate states, the first one is used for USB traffic indication, the last two could be programmed at designer discretion
  • PWM driven interface to external speaker
  • Four interfaces to external servo motors
  • Pre-flashed bootloader allows to program the unit via USB, no need in external AVR ISP programmer
  • Open source firmware unlocks literally unlimited potential of this unit
  • Two extension connectors with 10 and 6 I/O lines


Science/Research, Education, Telecommunications Industry

User interface


Programming Language

C++, C

This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/defendline2/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.