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Introduction The PocketBeagle single board computer (SBC) is really tiny. Apart from the size, there are lots of similarities with the larger BeagleBone Black, and there are also some differences.   In terms of performance, it is identical. It has the same amount of memory, and runs using the same processor and the same Linux image too!   To get the size down, it is of course missing many connectors but a lot of functionality within the main chip is brought out onto the two 36-way ...
Introduction History How is it used for GPIO? Isn’t there some Stinkyness with Device Tree or Overlays? How to Install the Library? How Fast is it? How is SPI used? Adding Another SPI Interface (SPI 1) How is I2C used? Which pins can I control with the GPIO, I2C and SPI functions? What Doesn’t Work? I Need More Pins PocketBeagle Specifics SPI with the PocketBeagle I2C with the PocketBeagle Summary   Introduction Thi ...
Introduction What Do You Need? What Software is Needed? Creating the Micro SD card First Boot Powering Off and On Configuring Linux Creating a Superuser Password Changing the default debian user password Creating a New User Increasing the micro SD Partition Size Connecting to a Wireless Network Connecting to Ethernet Problems? Use the Serial Console Summary   Introduction This blog post describes how to get the BeagleBone Black (or ...
Introduction   On its surface, this is a simple question and chances are, if you’re already reading this, you’re smarter than the average electronically inclined bear and already know the answer. For those of you who are still getting a handle on the basics, let’s dive into the details.   What is a Microprocessor?   Like a brain to a body, a microprocessor is an integral part of any computer system. You can separate the two for sure, but they’re not all ...

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