I'm using Ubuntu 13.04 on BBB, I have found many way to install Cloud9 IDE but currently i can not use bonescript when i access to 192.168.7.2:8080 as many tutorial on Angstrom.
if you have done with my problem, plz give me solution.
I have tried this , using TI sdk builld image. But I can't locate my VFS.
I've tried /dev/mmcblk1p1, /dev/mmcblk1p2, /dev/sda2 . It's not working.
What's wrong with the uEnv.txt parameters.
The following is my booting log message.
Loaded environment from uEnv.txt Importing environment from mmc ... Running uenvcmd ... (Re)start USB... USB0: scanning bus 0 for devices... 1 USB Device(s) found scanning usb for storage devices... 1 Storage Device(s) found gpio: pin 55 (gpio 55) value is 1 reading /uImage 3181712 bytes read in 2319 ms (1.3 MiB/s) gpio: pin 56 (gpio 56) value is 1 mmc_send_cmd : timeout: No status update Card did not respond to voltage select! ** Bad device mmc 0 ** Booting from USB ... ## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 80200000 ... Image Name: Linux-3.2.0 Image Type: ARM Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed) Data Size: 3181648 Bytes = 3 MiB Load Address: 80008000 Entry Point: 80008000 Verifying Checksum ... OK Loading Kernel Image ... OK OK
I'm new to the BBB but have some prior Linux experience. Since I got my BBB last week I've played around with several distros and the one I like the best so far is the Debian, which I got from here:
The only problem I'm having with it is that shutdown and reboot do not work. If I issue the the shutdown -h now command, it sends the message to whatever terminals are connected, but then nothing happens. Examining /var/log/messages I find this line right after the shutdown command is logged:
beaglebone systemd-initctl: Received environment initctl request. This is not implemented in systemd.
I've done some googling and found lots of reports of people having this same issue in older releases of Debian, mostly on PCs, but I couldn't find anyone that ever solved it.
Has anyone else seen this, and does anyone have a clue how I can fix it? How long can I get away with just yanking the power before the eMMC is corrupted beyond use?
OK, I'm pretty new to the BBB and my background is in programming not electronics. I would really like to setup the BBB as a robotic arm controller. The arm I'm looking at is the Lynxmotion AL5D 4 Degrees of Freedom Robotic Arm.
@@bluehash, and anyone else reading this blog of mine. As of this moment this will only work for ARCH debian and some custom busybox that a guy on the google groups did. He told me that Ubuntu, Angstrom, and Fedora all fail. So there is something different, I just do not know what it is.
This person also says it fails after the kernel loads, and right after the rootfs finishes it's thing. SO I am half guessing that something like connman is messing things up. Just a guess though, this person ( Micha ) seems to think its the kernel module for these variations. But in this context Linux should be Linux . . .*stumped*
err this is for the netboot instructions of mine. So yeah should not apply, but might.
Hi All, I have bought beaglebone black and used tutorials to setup it. I started with start.html (provided with BBB). installed rules(mkudevrule.sh). Tried opening 192.168.7.2 in browser but didn't succeded. I tried finding IP of BBB using arp-scan and again got nothing. I found somewhere that by default ssh doesn't work on angstrom so i flashed debian into an SD card and booted with that ( i refer this tute:http://avedo.net/653/flashing-ubuntu-13-04-or-debian-wheezy-to-the-beaglebone-black-emmc/), again i am not able to connect with BBB. In start.html there's a link for USB to virtual Ethernet. I don't know how would i install this (if i need to)
My system is detail is kumar@anandlinux:~$ uname -a Linux anandlinux.com 3.2.0-52-generic #78-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jul 26 16:21:44 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
One of my friend suggested that i should use FTDI to USB cable to connect with BBB USB mini to USB won't work. Is that true? Currently i'm using USB Mini to USB.
I tried using screen command too screen /dev/ttyUSB1 115200 but that too doesn't help.
Please suggest how can i connect. I've been Googling since 5th march and still clueless.
i tried flashig and using latest image(debian) from http://beagleboard.org/latest-images as well but that isn't working as well.
Do i need to have any module like g_eather installed to access BBB?
Please let me know if i need to install anything else. I'm using this forum for first time so if i used wrong topic/specific topic etc then let me know
Yeah I do not know whats going on. See what I do is write the post in sublime text, then i have a local wordpress server that I put it in( where i do spell checking ), before i put it up on the web. So could be that I am getting mixed up as to where i actually did my typo / spell checking . . . then once all that is done, i go through personally and check for grammar. . . Then usually it takes me 5-10 times of reading my own stuf on the web to be mostly happy . . . lol (wanna be perfectionist i guess ).
I'm looking for connecting a good camera to the beaglebone black for a research project. The raspberry pi has 5MP Camera Board Module support. It uses a dedicated CSI interface. Is the bone capable for such an interface?
Even if there was, what about driver support.
There are a few other camera capes(not as good as the pi one), including the Logitech 920, but am also looking into the future in case we need to go into production.
Help! I have the same problem and it is giving me fits.
I can ping my BBB from my computer (Windows 8) [ping 192.168.7.2] just fine but cannot ping my computer from my BBB [ping 192.168.7.1]. I'm using the provided USB cable and have scoured the internet for help. Any idea what it could be?
I have an original BeagleBoard Rev C4 connected to my TV. It has a usb hub and working keyboard and mouse attached to it, it also has a usb to ethernet cable that connects to my router.
When I do ifconfig, only lo shows, no eth at all. ifup eth0 doesn't work either and errors out. I tried a wifi dongle but it doesn't work either, no lights or anything. The usb hub is self powered as well so I know it is getting enough power.
/etc/network/interfaces is configured properly. I have also tried it with DHCP and static, with no results.
Google only has been giving me answers on using the usb host port and connecting it to a computer and sharing internet that way, but I am using the beagle as a standalone unit. I was going to use it as a media center and the only issue I'm having is getting the ethernet to work.
Just a heads up for anyone who may have read, and followed my guide early on. For <options> setting i had rw,async. After About 12 hours or running the BBB got a kernel panic I think. Something about a drive journal error ( unable to write or some such.
I have since changed "rw,async" to "defaults", Really I am not sure if the settings I had set had to do with this, but I will run with the default settings to see if I get the same error later. Hopefully, it is not my drive . . .
I have BBB connected via USB, using PuTTY on windows
In PuTTY, Host Name (or IP address) : 192.168.7.2 Port : 22
When I load session with above settings, then if we want to connect back to the PC, I type -
ping 192.168.7.1 -> 20 packets sent, 0 received, 100% loss
Always packets are sent but received is zero always
Ps - I see this step in Derek Molloy's Beaglebone- Getting Started - Windows USB Network Adapter Setup Tutorial. Cant go ahead, I am stuck. He mentions the PC appears as 192.168.7.1 on network and BBB is 192.168.7.2 But when I try myself, zero packets are received
Hi everyone, I received a BeagleBone Black a few weeks ago and have some questions about it.
I'm trying to make a alarm clock, where the user can set various times to set off alarms. The alarms will be added to a priority queue, and a audio file will be played for each entry at the corresponding time. I also need access to the internet so I can get alarm times from a webpage or file. Later on I would also like to add some buttons and a LCD.
This is my first project with a device such as a BBB. I know C and a bit of C++. I also installed Ubuntu on a separate laptop and learned a few terminal commands.
My problem is that i'm not sure how to code an accurate clock and set up the alarms. Is it possible to do this at user space where the coding will be a bit easier? Or do I look into bare-metal programming?
I played a bit with crontab, but it seems strange to me. I added 2 commands. I play an audio file at a certain time, and open xclock in the next minute. The audio only plays when i have a * for minute. And the clock application never opens.
I use DS1307 connect SDA,SCL to pin I2C2 of BBB, provide power for DS1307, I access to /dev but i can't find 'rtc1', it only have 'rtc0' as a default. I have use command to append address then using 'i2cdetect....' but no more effect.
Hope you can help me!