Im doing it on the enc28j60. It does not contain the tcp stack on the unit, you have to handle it in the CPU.
The current code uses 27,626 bytes (89%) of program storage space and 1,543 bytes (75%) of dynamic memory.
Handles web interfacing for the switch, network config, rebooting the unit, and offers a json API call for pulling current state.
That is a wired connection version. I am also working on one that uses the ESP8266 wifi unit which does have the TCP stack on it. That one is much smaller code.
32k, Im working on an Arduino (328p) with 2k of SRAM and 32k of flash storage.
So far, I have a webserver running on it that controls a light switch up to 10A.
My point is that the anecdotal example of a guy who had to fight for custody of his kids is pretty well trumped by the statistical example of 1500 women killed by their husbands/boyfriends each year.
What are you talking about? Trumped? What is the connection - how does women getting killed by their husbands relate to child custody. Are these not unrelated issues?
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Someone should read history.
Drug laws in the US are less than 100 years old. It was the late 1930's for most of them. I would suggest you read the arguments in congress while debating the law. It seems that the group FOR the law was arguing that these substances empowered the lesser races. (Im making it polite and not using the slang they used)
Drug laws in the US had more to due with racial control than they did with helping the addicts.
Just to make a point stoners are considered "lazy, irresponsible, thieves, untrustworthy, etc" All the same stereotypes used to describe blacks in the 30's, 40's, and 50's.