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  1. @NurseBob So you've show interest in this through another post. Instead of polluting that post, I figured I would respond here. Where to start. . . My idea here started because I work remotely for a company who builds systems based off the beaglebone. Soon, I plan on traveling, which is not a problem when you work remotely, but you may still need to bring hardware with you to write, and test software while you're on the go . . . I looked all over the place for reasonably priced aluminum enclosures. They really do not exist. Then it dawned on me that there are plenty of mini ITX cases on the market, why not look into that . . . My idea in a nutshell: 1 Mini ITX case 1 ODROID XU4 1 Beaglebone Random capes 1 1TB hard drive or larger 1 USB 3.0 to SATA adapter 1 5 port ethernet switch 1 10A 5v power supply to power everything miscellaneous M3 mounting hardware pre-cut aluminum for motherboard tray, PSU hole cover, I/O plate cover miscellaneous panel mount adapters. So, some of this is not completely thought out yet. For example, finding a network switch that is power via 5v input could prove to be hard, or impossible to find, Usually ethernet adapters use a 48v power supply. At least that's been my experience. I have not looked in earnest yet. Then, just having looked, I notice the USB adapter I bought takes 12v input . . . These I have already ordered and are on the way, or are already here: USB 3.0 -> SATA adapter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005B3VO24/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Mini ITX case:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F2RRE1E/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Miscelaneous M3 mounting hardware is already here, or on the way, the aluminum will probably be here tomorrow. Then I have no made up my mind on which hard drive ill buy, but I have a spare here now, and a Samsung 850 Pro SSD( I may use both ). 5 port switch, and power supply are up in the air. Then all the panel mount stuff will probably come from Adafruit. Not ordered yet. So, I've had the Xu4 for better than a month now. Maybe even two. But I have not powered it up yet, because I've had this idea rattling around in the back of my head for a few months . . . It should not be long before I start building this system. The purpose of this system when complete, is to serve as an ABI compatible development platform. Meaning the beaglebone and XU4 are, or can be made ABI compatible. Which means no need for a cross compiler, period. The XU4 will then take on compile duties, as well as acting as a support system for all beaglebone projects in the future. The entails code storage, as well as NFS, and Samba duties. So code can be accessed from any local network machine( OS agnostic ).
  2. There is a new BeagleBone out in the field. This one is the "Blue", following the "Black" and "Green" ones. Expected retail price is $80. Feature list: Processor: Octavo Systems OSD3358 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 • 512MB DDR3 RAM • 4GB 8-bit on-board flash storage • 2×32-bit 200-MHz programmable real-time units (PRUs) • On-board flash programmed with Linux distribution Connectivity and sensors • Battery: 2-cell LiPo support with balancing, 6-16V charger input • Wireless: 802.11bgn, Bluetooth 4.1 and BLE • Motor control: 8 6V servo out, 4 DC motor out, 4 quad enc in • Sensors: 9 axis IMU, barometer • Connectivity: HighSpeed USB 2.0 client and host • Other easy connect interfaces: GPS, DSM2 radio, UARTs, SPI, I2C, analog, buttons, LEDs Software Compatibility • Debian, ROS, Ardupilot, • Graphical programming, Cloud9 IDE on Node.js
  3. TI has launched a PRU cape for the BeagleBone dedicated to the PRUs. Has someone tried to adapt Energia to program those PRUs on the BeagleBone?
  4. I have debian distro running on BBB and have installed a LCD4 cape and an external battery (per http://www.element14.com/community/community/knode/single-board_computers/next-gen_beaglebone/blog/2013/08/10/bbb--rechargeable-on-board-battery-system) Question is, how does one go about shutting down BBB and LCD4? Executing halt command (via ssh) or pressing power button does shut the processor down but not the voltage rails to the LCD4 and backlight stays on. Suggestions appreciated. ~C
  5. RadiumBoards launches a smaller, friendlier and more affordable treat in HD Camera Cape for BBB Adding a camera cape to the latest BeagleBone Black, RadiumBoards has increased its “Cape”-ability to provide a portable camera solution. Thousands of designers, makers, hobbyists and engineers are adopting BeagleBone Black and are becoming huge fans because of its unique functionality as a pocket-sized expandable Linux computer that can connect to the Internet. To augment them in their work we have designed this HD Camera Cape with following features and benefits as: · 720p HD video at 30fps · Superior low-light performance · Ultra-low-power · Progressive scan with Electronic Rolling Shutter · No software effort required for OEM · Proven, off-the-shelf driver available for quick and easy software integration · Minimize development time for system designers · Easily Customized · Simple Design with Low Cost Priced for just $49.99, this game-changing cape plug for the latest credit card sized BBB can help developers differentiate their product and get to market faster. To learn more about the new and exciting cape checkout www.radiumboards.com Read System Reference Manual at :http://www.radiumboards.com/RB_HD_Camera_Cape_for_BeagleBone_Black_System_Reference_Manual_A0-01.pdf Check its datasheet at :http://www.radiumboards.com/RB_HD_Camera_Cape_for_BeagleBone_Black_Brochure_A0-01.pdf
  6. The case is crafted out of three transparent Layers. Each layer is laser cut from high quality Acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Beagle Bone Black from shorting out but maintaining a slim profile to show off the board. while leaving the primary ports, accessible and safe. This case also has buttons on the top of the case giving you access to the Power, Reset, and Boot buttons. Weighing only 2oz the case is lightweight and ready to protect your Beagle Bone Black. Held together by high quality black Nylon bolts and nuts allowing for no tools required for assembly or disassembly. Assembly Instructions can be found at : http://static.squarespace.com/static/517241e8e4b0532e10d4fd73/t/52649c75e4b0b34efecbbc74/1382325373487/Assembly.jpg?format=1500w We are Proud to announce our new case on Amazon. For a short time it is on sale for $9.99 so get you hands on one soon.
  7. Electric stitches has a wonderful tutorial on talking to your beaglebone via a xbee radio. He's using the python-xbee API.