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3 Posts authored by: CharlesGantt
For those of you who have been following along with my BeagleBone Black and Drupal series,  you could see this post coming. In my first installment I showed you how to build a website on the BeagleBone Black using the Drupal CMS, and followed it up with Controlling the BeagleBone Black's GPIO Pins with Drupal. This tutorial is going to take things a step further and show you how to take that knowledge, and use it to trigger some relays to turn mains powered electronics on and off. While the ...
  In my last tutorial I covered the installation of Drupal onto the BeagleBone Black and how to setup an Apache-based web server. In this tutorial, I am going to continue building on that foundation and cover the basics of using that Drupal-based website to control the GPIO pins on the BeagleBone Black using PHP to run bash scripts. This will, in turn, allow you to use the internet to control anything that is connected to the BeagleBone Black's GPIO pins, and will further the foundation fo ...
  When the BeagleBone Black was first released, I was one of the first journalist in the country to receive one, and impressed did not begin to describe how I felt about the little black board. At the time, I was still riding a high from my experiences with the Raspberry Pi, and while the Black lacked the camera and LCD connectors, it made up for it in on-board flash and processing power. Unfortunately I was very disappointed in the Angstrom Linux distro that shipped with the Black, but di ...