Re: [beagleboard] BBB questions

2018-08-08 Thread evilwulfie
Ethernet is the fastest way to get data on or off the bone On 8/8/2018 1:26 PM, wrote: > I can transfer data via Ethernet? Is that what you are referring to? Or > through WiFi? > -- For more options, visit --- You received this message because

Re: [beagleboard] Re: BBB: after power down, reboots automatically

2018-08-04 Thread evilwulfie
return the board as defective and get another one. On 8/4/2018 9:46 AM, wrote: > False alarm. The problem persists, but is now intermittent happening > maybe 25% of shutdowns. > > I'm at my wits end, frankly. > -- > For more options, visit

Re: [beagleboard] i am having issues installing gdbserver on BeagleBone Black running under debian stretch

2018-05-20 Thread evilwulfie
deb-scrc maybe a typo in the sources list ? On 5/20/2018 11:01 AM, peter k wrote: > debian@beaglebone:~$ sudo apt-get install gdbserver > [sudo] password for debian: > E: Type 'deb-scrc' is not known on line 21 in source list > /etc/apt/sources.list > E: The list of sources could not be read. >

Re: [beagleboard] Beaglebone power

2018-05-05 Thread evilwulfie
its just fine. the pmic IC handles all the power switching On 5/5/2018 5:59 AM, wrote: > This may be a dumb question, but I’d rather err on the side of caution here. > I’m rather new to using a beaglebone black and I’d want to know if it was a > safe practice to power the

Re: [beagleboard] BBB Industrial, set static IP

2018-05-03 Thread evilwulfie
its all done using conman not using /etc/network/interfaces file On 5/3/2018 5:11 AM, wrote: > Hello,  > > I'm using the Debian 9.3 2018-01-28 4GB SD LXQT > >  image. > I need to

Re: [beagleboard] Beaglebone black getting stuck with "task mmcqd/1:74 blocked for more than 60 seconds." error

2018-05-03 Thread evilwulfie
nobody supports angstrom. its not been worked on in years. good luck On 5/2/2018 6:36 PM, wrote: > I'm facing issues with a few Beaglebone blacks getting stuck after > working properly for sometime. I'm running the Angstrom image (kernel > version 3.8.13+) on these. Each time I see the

Re: [beagleboard] Immediate Hire -- Mainframe Developer@MO

2018-04-25 Thread evilwulfie
they are looking for a 80 year old programmer. Who uses COBOL anymore ? On 4/25/2018 2:53 PM, Stuart Longland wrote: > On 26/04/18 07:34, EYWUS HIRING wrote: >> 3 or more years of recent US railroad industry experience as a Mainframe >> Developer is required (Union Pacific, Burlington Northern

Re: [beagleboard] Rolling back Debian image from 8.3 2016-01-24 to 7.8 2015-03-01

2018-04-13 Thread evilwulfie
Robert is a Jewel among shiny pebbles ! On 4/13/2018 8:26 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 10:23 AM, Bobbi N Sean Donovan > wrote: >> Great Thanks!! >> >> I wish all technical support was this immediate. > That's because everyone on this list is a

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Beaglebone: GPIO configuration at startup

2018-04-12 Thread evilwulfie
yes On 4/12/2018 4:44 AM, Claudio La Rosa wrote: > > I have a problem with IO pins. > If I understand correctly, some of these pins can not be used at boot > time, I can connect them to my circuit only after the BeagleBone has > booted.It's really like this? > -- > For more options, visit

Re: [beagleboard] Re: How to wire up and configure an i2c device on Beaglebone

2018-04-06 Thread evilwulfie
how many do you need ?  you can have up to 8 of these devices if you need more there are other port expanders that are on different addresses On 4/6/2018 11:31 AM, Neil Hancock wrote: > yassyass, This seems to be 6yr old question ~ I got the Bone script JS > working using cloud9 IDE for an

Re: [beagleboard] I2C SCL Voltage level too low?

2018-04-04 Thread evilwulfie
I use 5.6k resistors. I think what your seeing is a slow scope. On 4/4/2018 9:50 PM, yassyass wrote: > Wrote a python script using SMBus to write to a slave I2C device. The > slave is detectable with i2cdetect which results in the following output > > debian@beaglebone:~$ i2cdetect -y -r 2 > >   

Re: [beagleboard] Re: SD card errors on hard reboot

2018-04-04 Thread evilwulfie
you cannot just do a hard shutdown you must use a shutdown now command you always risk file system corruption if you do not On 4/4/2018 8:24 AM, Tarmo Kuuse wrote: > On Monday, 19 March 2018 23:55:04 UTC+2, Troy Weber wrote: > > Hello! > > I have an application running on the Beaglebone

Re: [beagleboard] Enabling SPI in BBB, Debian Stretch

2018-03-29 Thread evilwulfie
Development goes so fast. Too bad the people who posted BBB infos don't update their web pages. On 3/29/2018 8:40 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 10:35 AM, Jon Lundstrom > wrote: >> I'm trying to enable SPI on my BBB but constantly fail following the

Re: [beagleboard] log files got flooded with spi dev clock messages

2018-03-28 Thread evilwulfie
what version kernel are you using. 4.9 had logging turned on and it made a lot of noise On 3/28/2018 5:56 AM, wrote: > Hi,  > I'm trying to use the spi device on my beaglebone black with a C program. > For setup I use something like: > > | > uint8_t

[beagleboard] silead/gsl1680 touchscreen

2018-03-23 Thread evilwulfie
Has anybody ever gotten this touch screen working on a beaglebone ? I see it on the bus at ite 0x40 location here is my fragment for the device     touch: gsl1680@40 {     status = "okay";     compatible = "silead,gsl1680";    

Re: [beagleboard] BeagleBone Black Obsolete Micro SD Connector

2018-03-22 Thread evilwulfie
 guess you are out of luck they make a new and improved one old ones are available on ebay

Re: [beagleboard] Enable UARTs

2018-03-20 Thread evilwulfie
no slots, everything gets loaded in /boot/uEnv.txt On 3/20/2018 7:29 AM, Fohnbit wrote: > Hello, > > I´m testing a new Debian build ... I can´t find the slots to add new > capes or enable the UARTs. > > show me: > > | > git:/opt/scripts/:[57942e4d53f36187b3b7073f990b8af98b8464e5] >

Re: [beagleboard] SD card errors on hard reboot

2018-03-19 Thread evilwulfie
for loss of power and gracefully shut >> down? Are there alternative methods? >> >> Troy Weber >> Mechatronics / Software Developer >> >> 707-761-1644 >> sent from mobile >&

Re: [beagleboard] SD card errors on hard reboot

2018-03-19 Thread evilwulfie
of power and gracefully shut down? Are there > alternative methods? > > Troy Weber > Mechatronics / Software Developer > <> > 707-761-1644 > sent from mobile > > On Mon, Mar 19, 2018, 4:42 PM evilwulfie <evilwul...@gma

Re: [beagleboard] SD card errors on hard reboot

2018-03-19 Thread evilwulfie
Well yes if you fail to unmount a file system you can have issues. On my systems i designed a battery backup system to prevent just the issues you are seeing now. It does not happen all the time but one time is unacceptable. Beaglebone is a live filesystem and you cant just pull the plug. --

Re: [beagleboard] SD card errors on hard reboot

2018-03-19 Thread evilwulfie
does it unmount properly every time on reboot ? On 3/19/2018 3:43 PM, Troy Weber wrote: > I will try that. I read up on *noatime*. > > *noatime* > Do not update inode access times on this filesystem (e.g., for > faster access on the news spool to speed up news

Re: [beagleboard] SPI disappears when cape plugged in?

2018-03-12 Thread evilwulfie
Overlays get loaded on boot these days check /boot/uEnv.txt to see whats loaded On 3/12/2018 3:39 PM, wrote: > > I have a Beaglebone Black with a recent Debian image that I loaded, we > have some SPI hardware on one of those proto-board things, which works > totally fine

Re: [beagleboard] Applying U-boot overlay from the command line?

2018-03-12 Thread evilwulfie
Nope  all done in /boot/uEnv.txt on boot On 3/12/2018 5:41 PM, Rick Mann wrote: > In the past, I'd apply an overlay by catting some stuff to .../slots. That no > longer shows up in my sysfs. > > I'm working on a U-boot overlay, but while experimenting, is there a way to > apply the overlay

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Cannot flash latest Debian image to eMMC

2018-03-12 Thread evilwulfie
that post is from 3 years ago. i am sure he figured it out by now are you sure YOU are trying a 2gb image ? I had no issues updating my 2gb bones On 3/12/2018 2:38 AM, wrote: > I have the same issue with my Rev A5A board and all debian images. > Definetly there is some crap with

[beagleboard] loading dtbo files automatically

2018-03-11 Thread evilwulfie
Do the current images load capes DTBO files automatically when a proper eeprom is detected? uname -r 4.14.20-ti-r36 OR do we have to just load them in /boot/Uenv.txt Be nice to take some of the configuration and automate things. -- For more options, visit ---

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Looking for some assistance on finding an image that has a working pinmux driver set.

2018-03-10 Thread evilwulfie
send a copy of your /boot/uEnv.txt to see whats loading On 3/10/2018 8:14 AM, Drew Viersen wrote: > therein lies part of the issue. There isn't an overlay for the board > itself from what i can tell. none of the overlay's indicate they are > for beaglebone blue by name itself, and none of them

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Looking for some assistance on finding an image that has a working pinmux driver set.

2018-03-10 Thread evilwulfie
Till things catch up just flash an old working version. sometimes upgrading things is not a good idea till you get everything working. pinmux will work on new kernels just fine i use it on 4.14 it should be loading in /boot/uEnv.txt you can go look there to see grab the overlay source git clone

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Configuring GPIO pins as active high

2018-03-10 Thread evilwulfie
The "#" sign must be removed or it will not load not sure if you did that :) On 3/9/2018 8:15 PM, wrote: > Hi Wulf Man, > > I've added the related dtbo files in /lib/firmware/ and the links I've > kept in the /boot/uEnv.txt as follows: > > ###Overide capes with eeprom >

Re: [beagleboard] Looking for some assistance on finding an image that has a working pinmux driver set.

2018-03-09 Thread evilwulfie
universal-io should be installed on that image by default. you can configure all pins the way you want like this     echo 2 > /sys/class/gpio/export     echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio2/direction read up on it on this github I dont

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Custom Board doesnt run with Angström Image

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
Do yourself a favor dont use Angstrom It has no support development has stopped Use debian. We have Excellent support here when using a modern OS On 3/7/2018 8:59 AM, 'El Smiedro' via BeagleBoard wrote: > > > Am Mittwoch, 7. März 2018 15:43:09 UTC+1 schrieb Jeff Andich: > > I just did a 10

Re: [beagleboard] Weirdness with new beaglebone black boards

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
8:03 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 9:00 AM, evilwulfie <> wrote: >> how would one go about doing that from command line >> >> will this affect booting from EMMC > yeap. but that's not the issue you are facing... > > >

Re: [beagleboard] Weirdness with new beaglebone black boards

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
how would one go about doing that from command line will this affect booting from EMMC I just googled how to clear out EMMC and did not see anything related to that BTW Welcome back Robert On 3/7/2018 7:57 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 8:52 AM, evilwulfie <e

Re: [beagleboard] Weirdness with new beaglebone black boards

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
uboot too old ? on new board ? -- For more options, visit --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "BeagleBoard" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to

Re: [beagleboard] Weirdness with new beaglebone black boards

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
On 3/7/2018 7:38 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > sudo /opt/scripts/tools/ New BBB root@beaglebone:/home/debian# sudo /opt/scripts/tools/ git:/opt/scripts/:[ea6ea9fca05f36f5044398884375b0231348d6e2] eeprom:[A335BNLT00C02017BBBK136F] model:[TI_AM335x_BeagleBone_Black]

Re: [beagleboard] Beaglebone black wireless is not starting

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
board is toast. just buy a new one On 3/6/2018 9:40 PM, wrote: > My beaglebone is not starting/ responding the power on led is not > there anything i could do to start the boardbut before that > let me explain what happened...i was using beaglebone

[beagleboard] Weirdness with new beaglebone black boards

2018-03-07 Thread evilwulfie
I got a shipment of beaglebone blacks in this week. They will boot on the provided kernel 4.1 i have not tested anything more with that kernel. I have a SD card with some custom tests for specific hardware that runs with a beaglebone black it runs the 4.14 kernel and works fine on an older

Re: [beagleboard] Re: GPIO_60 pin is set to 1, and is missing from /sys/class/gpio

2018-02-28 Thread evilwulfie
If its missing export it     echo "pinhere" > /sys/class/gpio/export     echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio"numberhere"/direction or in what version of debian you using ? On 2/28/2018 4:10 PM, Co M wrote: > .. definitely an error of accessing. > > Though the P9_12 is always on. > any reason ?.

Re: [beagleboard] Cannot connect beagle bone black to my PC running Ubuntu 16.04

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie
SSH from where but its running perfectly on windows ? On 2/27/2018 5:11 PM, wrote: > Not able to SSH into Beagle bone black to its default IP ( > over USB. > Also in /dev mount point it's showing ttyACM0 instead of ttyUSB0. > > Note: It's running perfect on

Re: [beagleboard] GPIO_60 pin is set to 1, and is missing from /sys/class/gpio

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie
There is no p9-60  they stop at p9-46 On 2/27/2018 3:08 PM, Co M wrote: > |Bought 2 green seedstudio Beagle bONE > | > s2w@beaglebone:/sys/class/gpio$ sudo /opt/scripts/tools/ >

Re: [beagleboard] Is it possible to use two PWM channels independently?

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie
Thee are 6 pwm channels 3 pairs use the same frequency but all can have independent duty cycles Pick one each from different group for your application On 2/27/2018 2:19 AM, James Fitzsimons wrote: > Hi all, > > I've got pwm working both through echoing values directly to the > device files

Re: [beagleboard] Re: PWM documentation and/logic for kernel 4.9.XX

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie On 2/27/2018 2:09 AM, James Fitzsimons wrote: > Hi there, > > I've just gone through this myself, and you've already figured out all > you need to know. The pwmchipX mapping can change on boot so you can't > rely on the /sys/class/pwm structure. Figure out

Re: [beagleboard] Suggestion for connecting multiple components to Beaglebone black through usb.

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie
Use a powered USB hub On 2/26/2018 10:48 PM, wrote: > Hello, > >        I am working on a project, in which beaglebone black is used. > The components to be connected to beaglebone black are Sensehub (which > consists of accelerometer) and a webcam.As sensehub cannot

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Configuring GPIO pins as active high

2018-02-27 Thread evilwulfie
write a device overlay to do all of this then load it in /boot/uEnv.txt On 2/26/2018 8:33 PM, wrote: > Thanks @Robert > > I could solve the issue by setting active_low value in > /sys/class/gpio/gpio66 > > But I think that's not the recommended method. > > Comments please!!

Re: [beagleboard] Disconnect HDMI cape from Cape Manager

2018-02-26 Thread evilwulfie
Check /boot/uEnv.txt to see if its being loaded in there On 2/26/2018 8:04 PM, Kenny Koller wrote: > I am running the 3.8 kernel on an Arrow Beaglebone Black Industrial. I > have rebuilt the device tree blob to exclude HDMI but I still see the > error messages below. What is the best way to stop

[beagleboard] RE: how can we tell system to shutdown on a power fail, using systemd and apcid

2018-02-26 Thread evilwulfie
seems they omitted the "AC" interrupt in the patch therefore the system will not power down on power fail like it used to -- For more options, visit --- You received this message because you are subscribed

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Problem with PINMUX - WARNING: missing PINMUX driver

2018-02-26 Thread evilwulfie>>: > > not sure, before I have flashed board with newest debian,  > then just installed libraries required to compile newest version > of opencv,  > then started to check cape capabilities and saw first issues. > > > &g

[beagleboard] RE: how can we tell system to shutdown on a power fail, using systemd and apcid

2018-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
uname -r 4.4.12-ti-r31 ls /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/ocp/i2c@44e0b000/tps@24/ compatible interrupt-parent interrupts linux,phandle name phandle reg regulators ti,pmic-shutdown-controller uname -r 4.14.20-ti-r36 ls /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/ocp/i2c@44e0b000/tps@24/ charger

[beagleboard] RE: how can we tell system to shutdown on a power fail, using systemd and apcid

2018-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
I think i see something interesting they did some changes to the dt for the pmic some of the comments deal with interrupts seems the one that is missing or not handled is "AC" or something needs to be written to handle "AC" now I read something about

Re: [beagleboard] U-boot dtbo

2018-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
I add my custom capes under ###Additional custom capes I have no problems that way unless i create them in my files they all load fine i dont see that cape in my directory Is that custom ? On 2/25/2018 6:47 PM, Alan Thomason wrote: > Hello all... > > I am trying to use

[beagleboard] how can we tell system to shutdown on a power fail, using systemd and apcid

2018-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
We use a battery and acpid to shutdown the board on power fail. When power is removed  the battery holds up the board for an orderly shutdown then after a predetermined time we remove battery power and wait for power to be reapplied. on the old kernels everything works great root@beaglebone:~#

Re: [beagleboard] PocketBeagle not booting issue

2018-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
you will need to insert the SD card in a live linux system. then mount the SD card and edit the uEnv.txt file and remove whatever changes you made unmount the SD card and things should work when booting from SD card On 2/25/2018 11:03 AM, Loader wrote: > Hello all, > > I've been experimenting

Re: [beagleboard] Capacitive touch screen

2018-02-24 Thread evilwulfie
bangs head on table On 2/24/2018 12:01 PM, Robert Nelson wrote: > > > On Feb 24, 2018 12:33 PM, "evilwulfie" < > <>> wrote: > >                             interrupt-pa

Re: [beagleboard] Capacitive touch screen

2018-02-24 Thread evilwulfie
etimes On 2/24/2018 11:28 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Sat, Feb 24, 2018 at 12:13 PM, evilwulfie <> wrote: >> Does anybody happen to have a Capacitive touch screen using >> the edt_ft5x06 driver hooked up to a bone ? >> >> If anybody

[beagleboard] Capacitive touch screen

2018-02-24 Thread evilwulfie
Does anybody happen to have a Capacitive touch screen using the edt_ft5x06 driver hooked up to a bone ? If anybody does can you send me the output of "i2cdump  1 0x38" I have a tft with cap touch. it uses a ft5x06 controller It may be that the current driver built into the

Re: [beagleboard] touchscreen

2018-02-23 Thread evilwulfie
interesting cant see it in lsmod then have a dts file including it but cant figure how to see if its loading On 2/23/2018 4:43 PM, Robert Nelson wrote: > Its built-in > > On Feb 23, 2018 5:28 PM, "evilwulfie" < > <

[beagleboard] touchscreen

2018-02-23 Thread evilwulfie
I cant seem to find the cap touch screen module /edt/-/ft5x06/.ko.xz in 4.14 as well as its missing in 4.9 was there a reason it was removed ? is there some other module to use instead ? uname -r 4.14.20-ti-r36 -- For more options, visit --- You received this

[beagleboard] Loading staging modules at boot

2018-02-23 Thread evilwulfie
So far everything is working perfectly I can even get xwindows running on this SPI display So since it seems to be stable I would like to load the relevant modules at boot Searching the web everything is so old or targeted to the PI My command line to insert this module is  modprobe -v

Re: [beagleboard] Debian 9.3 - BBB ver 5AC repeatedly doesn't boot on µSD card unless boot button is pushed each time.

2018-02-23 Thread evilwulfie
Robert covered this last month  search list On 2/23/2018 8:14 AM, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote: > On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 03:27:35 -0800 (PST), > declaimed the following: > >> Hello, >> >> I installed the following image on a BBB version 5AC: >> *microSD/Standalone: (stretch-iot)

Re: [beagleboard] display driver

2018-02-22 Thread evilwulfie
Thanks Robert that took care of it. On 2/22/2018 1:41 PM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 2:34 PM, evilwulfie <> wrote: >> the latest one >> >> 4.9.78-ti-r94 > for fbtft_device don't waste your time on that version, switch to >

Re: [beagleboard] display driver

2018-02-22 Thread evilwulfie
the latest one 4.9.78-ti-r94 On 2/22/2018 1:29 PM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 2:25 PM, evilwulfie <> wrote: >> Robert what William said makes sense but i have no idea where to look to >> disable the debug mode on that loadable m

Re: [beagleboard] display driver

2018-02-22 Thread evilwulfie
tly, the driver was compiled with debug symbols, and in debug mode. > > On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 7:48 AM, evilwulfie < > <>> wrote: > > The more i learn the more i don't know > > Got most everything working with a spi dis

[beagleboard] display driver

2018-02-22 Thread evilwulfie
The more i learn the more i don't know Got most everything working with a spi display but one last issue i cant seem to figure out. if i load the module modprobe -v fbtft_device busnum=1 cs=0 speed=1600 name=er_tftm070_5 gpios=reset:60,dc:24,led:50 it loads with no errors i can display a

Re: [beagleboard] PocketBeagle doesn't boot

2018-02-22 Thread evilwulfie
try a new image on a new sd card. if that dont fix it its a tough diagnosis over the internet On 2/22/2018 7:19 AM, Loader wrote: > Hello all, > > I've been experimenting a bit with a working PocketBeagle. After > possibly modifying uEnv.txt and executing shutdown -r now in the > Cloud9 IDE

[beagleboard] tft driver

2018-02-21 Thread evilwulfie
How would one know if if a particular driver is already build in the bone kernel fb_ra8875.c

Re: [beagleboard] Re: TinyDRM ST7735 with BeagleBone?

2018-02-21 Thread evilwulfie
those mappings are correct GPIO1_28 P9-12 U18  = mapping /sys/class/gpio60 GPIO1_16 P9-15 R13  = mapping /sys/class/gpio48 On 2/21/2018 12:18 PM, Drew Fustini wrote: > On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 11:01 AM, David Lechner wrote: >> Are you sure your phandles are correct here?

[beagleboard] SPI1

2018-02-21 Thread evilwulfie
Has anybody managed to get /dev/spidev1.0 working on the latest release ? I been trying to get a spi display working and i can see data going to the display I can see the CS go low and i can see clocks but i do not see data from the display. Just trying to read status registers here. so I decide

Re: [beagleboard] Re: BBB moving to new OS, flashing EMMC, I'm confused

2018-02-17 Thread evilwulfie
wait till you play with overlay files  :) On 2/17/2018 1:05 PM, Chris Green wrote: > Dennis Lee Bieber wrote: >> On Sat, 17 Feb 2018 15:45:03 +, Chris Green >> declaimed the following: >> >>> I have a BBB (well, I have three actually) all running old

Re: [beagleboard] PWM Issues Debian Image 2018-01-28

2018-02-16 Thread evilwulfie
4.9 kernels do not use slots everything's loaded in uboot via uEnv.txt with a dtbo file On 2/16/2018 10:07 AM, Co M wrote: > Hi, (2018 Feb 16) > I went to many posts, but they look outdated from 1025 and beyond. > I am trying to enable the PWM on pin 14 and 16,  EHRPWM1A P9.14 and > EHRPWM1B

Re: [beagleboard] 1-Wire Implementation on PocketBeagle

2018-02-15 Thread evilwulfie
I cant help you with a pocket beagle but i can help. dont reflash. put a bootable SD card in  boot and mount the emmc mount -t ext4 /dev/mmcblk1p1 /mnt/emmcext cd /mnt/emmcext/boot comment out the offending line in your uEnv.txt file umount /mnt/emmcext and reboot On 2/15/2018 12:48 PM,

Re: [beagleboard] compiling a dts file

2018-02-14 Thread evilwulfie
whats changed all examples everywhere also say i can invoke the compiler in a temp directory. thanks Robert for your assistance. On 2/14/2018 7:36 AM, Robert Nelson wrote: > On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 8:15 AM, evilwulfie <> wrote: >> So i need to create a dtb file

[beagleboard] compiling a dts file

2018-02-14 Thread evilwulfie
So i need to create a dtb file for some custom hardware. I made one 2 years ago that compiled correctly on the latest IOT image it does not compile. So i figure, hey maybe something has changed so i pull the /opt/source/ file to a temp directory and try to

Re: [beagleboard] I2C Read with length in the first byte of the transaction

2018-02-12 Thread evilwulfie
what part On 2/12/2018 6:03 PM, Andrew P. Lentvorski wrote: > I'm trying to communicate with an I2C chip which returns the length of > the bytes to be read in the first byte of the transaction.  This is > fairly straightforward on most primitive microcontrollers. > > But for the life of me, I

[beagleboard] BB-I2C1-PCA9685-00A0.dts

2018-02-12 Thread evilwulfie
Robert. While looking at some I2C-1 dts files i noticed a typo in BB-I2C1-PCA9685-00A0.dts file In the resources list I2C 1 has:     "P8.18",    /* i2c1_sda */     "P9.17",    /* i2c1_scl */ sda should be P9.18 just thought i should let you know -- For more

Re: [beagleboard] Re: I2C woes

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
Robert nelson had answered this back in december I searched this once and must have missed this. Robert Nelson 12/27/17 Other recipients: - show quoted text - We've moved to u-boot overlays, to achieve the same follow:

Re: [beagleboard] Re: I2C woes

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
This is the DTB file on the green  downloaded yesterday. I dont understand that if its disabled why is there a /dev/i2c-1 file ? They fixed the numbering starting with the 9.1 images from what i can read. If it needs to be enabled how would one go about enabling it ? On 2/10/2018 6:43 PM, Graham

[beagleboard] I2C woes

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
I will keep looking into this. more infos I took the current DTB file and decompiled it I looked at the I2C sections i2c0 = "/ocp/i2c@44e0b000"; i2c1 = "/ocp/i2c@4802a000"; i2c2 = "/ocp/i2c@4819c000";     i2c@44e0b000 {     compatible = "ti,omap4-i2c";   

[beagleboard] I2C woes

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
More infos after reading a bit and seeing where to look I may have found the error msg. root@beaglebone:/home/debian# dmesg | grep i2c [    0.817817] omap_i2c 44e0b000.i2c: could not find pctldev for node /ocp/l4_wkup@44c0/scm@21/pinmux@800/pinmux_i2c0_pins, deferring probe [   

Re: [beagleboard] Beagle Bone black, vdd_3.3 and vdd_5 shows 2.47v

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
p8 and p9 pins start at pin number 1 can you try again? On 2/10/2018 10:33 AM, wrote: > Linux beaglebone 4.9.45-ti-r57 #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Aug 25 22:58:38 UTC > 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux > > I was trying to add a i2c device to bbb. After several failed > attempts, I measured the

[beagleboard] I2C1

2018-02-10 Thread evilwulfie
Can anybody with a green or black verify the odd behavior i am seeing on my greens and blacks ? I am using the latest IOT image root@beaglebone:/home/debian# uname -r 4.9.78-ti-r94 I use i2ctools and issue the commands root@beaglebone:/home/debian# i2cdetect -r 0 WARNING! This program can

[beagleboard] I2C1

2018-02-09 Thread evilwulfie
Its good that the I2C busses are now using the same number for each bus in hardware and software. But I am seeing something weird with the I2C1 bus. If i use i2cdetect on bus 0 and 2 the bus scan is very fast and i see the things i expect from past scans on older linux versions. But if i scan

Re: [beagleboard] Beginner tips and directions for using the beaglebone black

2018-02-08 Thread evilwulfie
On 2/8/2018 2:24 AM, wrote: > Hello Beaglebone experts, > > I would like some basic guidance on how to approach the beaglebone > from the hardware and software point of view. > > Before i start my query list ,let me say that i come from a embedded > hardware background,mostly

Re: [beagleboard] Using two analog inputs and occurs distortion on the measure

2018-01-19 Thread evilwulfie
Thanks for your attention. > > > > 2018-01-19 9:49 GMT-03:00 evilwulfie < > <>>: > > Would love to try to help but even when i saved your schematic > picture and enlarged it > i was unable to make out

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Unable to locate package linux-headers-4.4.91-ti-r133

2017-12-24 Thread evilwulfie
Ignore works well On 12/24/2017 2:27 PM, Stuart Longland wrote: > On 24/12/17 20:35, pawan sharma wrote: >> sir i have same problem i did it what have u suggested but i cant get of >> my version.plz help my whatsapp number is +918563078782 > On 24/12/17 20:39, pawan sharma wrote: >> hi i have

Re: [beagleboard] Control de una protesis mioelectrica en BBB

2017-12-13 Thread evilwulfie
we do english here if you please On 12/13/2017 5:58 AM, wrote: > Cordial saludo > > en este proceso de investigación se a sugeridor, realizar mi tesis > sobre el control de una prótesis mioelectrica utilizando beaglebone > black, para crear un entorno de aprendizaje

Re: [beagleboard] Re: PocketBeagles are Unstable

2017-11-25 Thread evilwulfie
LOL  With this email coming from Graham I seriously doubt it. On 11/25/2017 10:13 AM, acheesehead wrote: > A likely culprit is the power supply. > > On Friday, November 24, 2017 at 7:55:56 AM UTC-7, Graham wrote: > > I have two PocketBeagles. > > Both are exhibiting random reboots, two to

Re: [beagleboard] Beaglebone Black does not flash from Micro SD, only 2 LEDs remain lit (D0,D1)

2017-11-17 Thread evilwulfie
and you have a GOOD power supply ? On 11/17/2017 1:55 PM, Jerry Vargas wrote: > I'm a newbie in this kind of stuff, recently i got the bbb, so i'm > trying to flash the debian image into the bbb > (Debian 9.2 2017-10-10 4GB SD IoT  >

Re: [beagleboard] Fwd: beaglebone problem. no idea who to contact

2017-10-31 Thread evilwulfie
I would contact the seller of the bone you bought. On 10/31/2017 10:08 AM, Sajo Ojas wrote: > > -- Forwarded message - > From: Jason Kridner > > Date: Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 8:57 AM > Subject: Re: beaglebone problem. no

Re: [beagleboard] Beaglebone black SYS_5V giving 3V

2017-10-22 Thread evilwulfie
Either your on the wrong pin or its broke bad On 10/22/2017 3:51 AM, wrote: > > I have the beaglebone black connected to the PC via usb and I am > trying to power an Ultrasonic sensor via the SYS_5V but i am only > getting 3.1V from this. > any possible reasons for this? > --

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Activating I2C1 in BBB Rev C

2017-10-12 Thread evilwulfie
overlays are the best permanent solution On 10/12/2017 6:30 AM, Jose Valenzuela San Juan wrote: > What I do is enable them using config-pin like so (pins p9-17 & p9-18 > in the example): > | > sudo config-pin p9-17i2c > sudo config-pin p9-18i2c > | > by default those are configured as gpio. This

Re: [beagleboard] Cross Toolchain for QTE 4.8 on Angstrom

2017-06-17 Thread evilwulfie
If it's an option upgrade to debian. Angstrom is DOA On 6/17/2017 6:13 PM, 'LV LV' via BeagleBoard wrote: > Hello, > > I am looking for the Angstrom cross toolchain for QT Enbedded 4.8.0 > development. > It looks like the Angstrom-distribution site is not maintained anymore. > I looked into the

Re: [beagleboard] Are all Beagle* Products now subject to ITAR or 'Extreme Vetting'?

2017-03-24 Thread evilwulfie
So i would assume that Element14 makes these in china ? On 3/24/2017 11:26 AM, Jason Kridner wrote: > > > On Mar 24, 2017, at 1:53 PM, Eric Keller > wrote: > >> Robert knows better, I guess. Dell asks me these questions every >> time I buy a computer.

Re: [beagleboard] Re: Robots. Fast. BeagleBone Blue is here!

2017-03-24 Thread evilwulfie
Why do you feel the need to post twice? I am sure when people wake up in the USA you will get a response. On 3/24/2017 3:47 AM, Arne Rasmussen wrote: > > Congrats on the new board - i would like onebut i dont seem to > find a reseller in europe that would deliver to a private customer > Any

Re: [beagleboard] Re: BeagleBone Black Industrial 4G compliant BBB logo?

2017-03-20 Thread evilwulfie
remember 3.3v serial only On 3/20/2017 11:36 AM, maxmike wrote: > > A serial log? Haven't done that in years - need to find/dust off the > hardware cables for that. Will try - thanks. > > On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10:55:25 AM UTC-7, RobertCNelson wrote: > > > > Can you share your serial

Re: [beagleboard] Re: on accessing the p8/9 headers

2017-03-19 Thread evilwulfie
Do yourself a favor. Dump Angstrom which is not supported anymore and go with a newer stock debian image. People here dont support Angstrom here. It was horrable to begin with. On 3/18/2017 11:45 PM, 'woody stanford' via BeagleBoard wrote: > > Ok, here where I'm at (and I do apologize about the

Re: [beagleboard] Re: after flashing to Debian 8.6 no gui anymore

2017-03-11 Thread evilwulfie
So install your favorite GUI. On 3/11/2017 12:28 AM, wrote: > I am curious how you ended up on beaglebone. I had two I bought some > time back. I flashed them both with the 8.6 and both have exactly what > you describe. I can ssh via USB. No GUI. I put a monitor / keybard >

Re: [beagleboard] How to connect WD Element 1 TB HDD to beaglebone black

2017-02-25 Thread evilwulfie
how much current does the drive take ? On 2/25/2017 12:38 PM, nitish jha wrote: > Hello All > > I am trying to connect my 1 TB hard disk to my beagle bone black board. > > I have powered board by 5v power adapter > > and when I check df -h my 1TB hard disk does not show up > > Even I cant see

Re: [beagleboard] Running GUI apps in a non-desktop debian BBB

2017-02-23 Thread evilwulfie
how do you use a GUI program without the GUI. I dont get it. On 2/23/2017 8:40 AM, Dror Lugasi wrote: > Hi Everyone! I have a question regarding the console version of debian > for the BBB. > To keep my performance high i have disabled the desktop and am running > only the terminal like in a

Re: [beagleboard] how to unfreeze my BBB?

2017-02-14 Thread evilwulfie
reflash with a current image or an image of your choice On 2/14/2017 4:34 PM, mzimmers wrote: > So, in an attempt to upgrade the OS on my BBB, I managed to get it to > lock up. > > When I try to boot, the LEDs look like normal for a few seconds, but > then LED2 comes on solid, and the others are

Re: [beagleboard] Analog input cape/wiring scheme

2017-02-13 Thread evilwulfie
I use a single rail opamp to level convert and protect the analog input. On 2/13/2017 2:03 AM, Heinz Hummel wrote: > Hi, > > I want to use the analog inputs of the BBB but not with a range of > 0..1,8 V but with 0..5V (which is more "natural" for most > applications). Software side is not a

Re: [beagleboard] beaglebone green wireless is shutdown

2017-02-09 Thread evilwulfie
looks like a power glitch. how are you powering this? On 2/9/2017 12:08 PM, felipe robles wrote: > Hello folks > > My name is Felipe and I looking for solution or some hint to my newest > problem. > I got a BBGW running Debian Image 2016-11-06. My > project is get many

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