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==Preparations==
 
==Preparations==
1. One DevKit8000 Board<br>
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2. One SD card for demonstrate Angstrom<br>
 
2. One SD card for demonstrate Angstrom<br>
 
3. One DVI monitor (with one HDMI to DVI-D cable)<br>
 
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==Demonstration==
 
==Demonstration==
1. Connect power well to Devkit8000 board;<br>
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1. Connect power well to [http://www.armkits.com/Product/devkit8000.asp Devkit8000] board;<br>
 
2. Connect DVI monitor well to Devkit8000 board using HDMI to DVI-D cable; <br>
 
2. Connect DVI monitor well to Devkit8000 board using HDMI to DVI-D cable; <br>
3. Connect USB Hub well using USB Mini-A to USB A (female connector) cable, the USB Mini-A terminal is connected to Devkit8000 board while the USB A (female connector) terminal is connected to USB Hub, and connect USB mouse or USB keyboard to USB Hub;<br>
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3. Connect USB Hub well using USB Mini-A to USB A (female connector) cable, the USB Mini-A terminal is connected to [http://www.armkits.com/Product/devkit8000.asp Devkit8000] board while the USB A (female connector) terminal is connected to USB Hub, and connect USB mouse or USB keyboard to USB Hub;<br>
4. Insert SD card and then power on Devkit8000;<br>
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4. Insert SD card and then power on [http://www.armkits.com/Product/devkit8000.asp Devkit8000] board;<br>
 
5. Wait a moment, the DVI monitor will display logo; <br>
 
5. Wait a moment, the DVI monitor will display logo; <br>
 
6. After the system booted, the DVI monitor will remind the Angstrom startup progress;<br>
 
6. After the system booted, the DVI monitor will remind the Angstrom startup progress;<br>

Latest revision as of 02:58, 16 June 2011

This page gives some guide and suggestions on Angstrom development on Embest Devkit8000 board.

Angstrom Demonstration

Introduction

Angstrom was started by a small group of people who worked on the OpenEmbedded, OpenZaurus and OpenSimpad projects to unify their effort to make a stable and userfriendly distribution for embedded devices like handhelds, set top boxes and network-attached storage devices and more.

Preparations

1. One DevKit8000 Board
2. One SD card for demonstrate Angstrom
3. One DVI monitor (with one HDMI to DVI-D cable)
4. One USB mouse, one USB keyboard and one USB Hub (with external power)
5. One USB mini-A to USB A (female connector) cable
6. One 5V power adapter

Demonstration

1. Connect power well to Devkit8000 board;
2. Connect DVI monitor well to Devkit8000 board using HDMI to DVI-D cable;
3. Connect USB Hub well using USB Mini-A to USB A (female connector) cable, the USB Mini-A terminal is connected to Devkit8000 board while the USB A (female connector) terminal is connected to USB Hub, and connect USB mouse or USB keyboard to USB Hub;
4. Insert SD card and then power on Devkit8000 board;
5. Wait a moment, the DVI monitor will display logo;
6. After the system booted, the DVI monitor will remind the Angstrom startup progress;
7. After booting Angstrom successfully, it will get into graphic login inteface, please input user name and password to get into the system.

Remark

User name: embest
Password: embest
IP configuration command:
IP address: ifconfig eth0 192.192.192.77
getway address: route add default gw 192.192.192.101
Example
http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/demo/beagleboard/