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- Fixes USB network driver on some Windows 10 machines
- Much newer Buildroot than previously built for all but GamePup
- Uses u-boot environment stored at hard-coded location on MMC
- Custom environment variable (fdtfile) for each image
- Needs verification on Black and Black Wireless
- No need to create symlink
- Boots faster
- Flashes RED/GREEN at end of test
Serial number should be in the format of PC0100A4yywwnnnnnnnn
(Use proper version for A4)
- Lights up both 7 segment displays
- Plays tone on buzzer
- Cycles through red, green and blue on RGB LED
- Reads light sensor (prints over serial)
- Reads accelerometer (prints over serial)
- Writes serial number to EEPROM
At the end, it leaves the L button able to toggle the left 7 segment display and the R button to toggle the right 7 segment display.
This image requires you to manually replace the /boot/board.dtb link to am335x-pocketbeagle.dtb with a link to am335x-pocketbeagle-techlab.dtb.
This image requires you to manually replace the /boot/board.dtb link to am335x-pocketbeagle.dtb with a link to am335x-pocketbeagle-gamepup.dtb.
- Use 'connmanctl enable wifi'
- Hack to avoid error that causes udhcpc to not run on Black Wireless for usb0
Not yet tested!
Also, make sure you use the SSID: BeagleBone-TESTER and PWD: BeagleBone for the wifi AP used under test.
- Ignore board type to assign first 12 bytes to EEPROM
- Create separate images with symlinks to different board device trees
- Add EEPROM header programming for BeagleBone Black
- Add audio
- Add a USB disk image with simple README.txt (Now Windows drive A:)
- Include A15 / CEC 12MHz clock disable
- Download https://github.com/beagleboard/buildroot/releases/download/bt-0.0.3/sdcard.img.xz
- Download https://etcher.io and use it to write the sdcard.img.xz to the microSD card
- Insert microSD and connect all cables except scanner and power
- Hold the S3/BOOT/SD button while applying power, then release the button when you see the power light
- Wait about 30 seconds for the penguin to show on the monitor and then connect the scanner and observe the test screen
- proceed with testing
Disable the TDA19988 OSC IN. The device has its own internal oscillator.
Need to evaluate more the best way to configure this, but I verified this works for now.
A release for production testing needs a full test log and general love, so don't grab this one for testing quite yet.
Write sdcard.img.xz to your microSD using etcher.io and hold BOOT when applying power to the board. See http://beagleboard.org/getting-started for more details.