November 27, 2012
about 3 months ago
I put together a program that demonstrates how the pulse width controls the SM-S4303R servo. Thought you might like to share it with your customers:
about 8 months ago
I purchased this cape. Apparently I can write a dts file and compile it so that I have better control of the headers at boot time. I’m trying to control some dc motors and was only able to find 4 gpios and 4 more pwms that are low and stay low when the beaglebone boots. I can use those for now, but I imagine that in the future this will probably change and I’d like to know how to deal with it. I’d also like to be able to choose my pin layout so that it’s a little more intuitive for my students.
So my questions are:
Can I access and program the eeprom on the proto cape from the beaglebone black? If so, how?
How do I make the dts file?
How do I compile it?
Where do I put it?
How do I make debian use it when it boots?
about a year ago
Any luck getting the BBB to take a picture with this camera? What distro are you using on the BBB, Angstrom or Ubuntu?
about 2 years ago
What size snaps would I need to pick up from the fabric store?
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