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  1. Hi, I got my BBB few days ago and decided to do something to help the BBB community. I found that accessing GPIO and Analog Interface is difficult (without bonescript) when using Linux and accessing them inside a C/C++ application, so I decided to write an arduino like interface for GPIO and Analog. I have plans to add serial, I2C and PWM later. There might be bugs so if you find any let me know. Its very easy to use, there is a test example for both adc and gpio. I need feedback so that it can be improved and more functionalities can be added. Git Hub Link for the Project: https://github.com/salmankhalid-giki...OG/tree/master BeagleBoneBlack_EasyGPIO&ANALOG.zip
  2. Just gauging interest, but would anyone like to see an BBB Arduino Cape? Or does one already exist?
  3. 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. http://www.robotshop.com/en/lynxmotion-al5d-robot-arm-combo-kit-4-dof.html#Multimedia Is the BBB capable of controlling this 4-axis robot? I would assume I need a cape to do this but can't determine if an existing one would work. Any guidance would be appreciated.
  4. Hi, As I was trying to enable SPI0 with LCD4 cape at the same time, I got an error says pin conflict on GPIO0_3(P9_21) with LCD4 cape. I noticed that in the latest image Angstrom730 image the device tree for LCD4-A1 has GPIO0_3 assigned as exclusive use which is not in the schematic on wiki support website. Is this an error or am I missing something? https://github.com/CircuitCo/BeagleBone-LCD4-RevA1/blob/master/BeagleBone-LCD4-RevA1-schematic.pdf?raw=true version = "00A1"; /* state the resources this cape uses */ exclusive-use = /* the pin header uses */ "P8.45", /* lcd: lcd_data0 */ "P8.46", /* lcd: lcd_data1 */ "P8.43", /* lcd: lcd_data2 */ "P8.44", /* lcd: lcd_data3 */ "P8.41", /* lcd: lcd_data4 */ "P8.42", /* lcd: lcd_data5 */ "P8.39", /* lcd: lcd_data6 */ "P8.40", /* lcd: lcd_data7 */ "P8.37", /* lcd: lcd_data8 */ "P8.38", /* lcd: lcd_data9 */ "P8.36", /* lcd: lcd_data10 */ "P8.34", /* lcd: lcd_data11 */ "P8.35", /* lcd: lcd_data12 */ "P8.33", /* lcd: lcd_data13 */ "P8.31", /* lcd: lcd_data14 */ "P8.32", /* lcd: lcd_data15 */ "P8.27", /* lcd: lcd_vsync */ "P8.29", /* lcd: lcd_hsync */ "P8.28", /* lcd: lcd_pclk */ "P8.30", /* lcd: lcd_ac_bias_en */ "P9.27", /* lcd: gpio3_19 */ "P9.12", /* led: gpio1_28 */ "P9.14", /* pwm: ehrpwm1a */ "P9.15", /* keys: gpio1_16 */ "P9.23", /* keys: gpio1_17 */ "P9.16", /* keys: gpio1_19 */ "P9.21", /* keys: gpio0_3 */ /* the hardware IP uses */ "gpio3_19", "gpio1_28", "gpio1_16", "gpio1_17", "gpio1_19", "gpio0_3", "lcd", "ehrpwm1a"; Tim
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