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  auto eth0
 
  auto eth0
 
  iface eth0 inet dhcp
 
  iface eth0 inet dhcp
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or edit /media/2/etc/network/interfaces add:
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auto eth0
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iface eth0 inet static
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address 192.192.12.17
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netmask 255.255.255.0
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gateway 192.192.12.101
 
To get a IP on startup.
 
To get a IP on startup.
  
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  ntpdate-debian
 
  ntpdate-debian
 
This sets the clock while booting.
 
This sets the clock while booting.
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Edit /media/2/etc/resolv.conf add:
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nameserver 202.96.134.133
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This sets the DNS,determined based on your area
  
 
=u-boot env=
 
=u-boot env=

Revision as of 02:08, 22 February 2010


SD-CARD

First create a SD card. See this Link for instruction : http://www.elinux.org/BeagleBoardBeginners#SD_card_setup

NOTE: After format SD card, You must pull out SD card and insert it into the computer,then unpack and install rootfs, Otherwise it may appear the phenomenon which can not mount EXT3 partition

Short Version:

255 Heads 63 Sectors nn cylinders
cylinders = Byte/255/63/512 
Round down the cylinders
Create 1 FAT32 Partition (DEVK-BOOT)
Create 1 Linux Partition (DEVK-SYS)
Create FAT File System
mkfs.msdos -F 32 /dev/sdx1 -n DEVK-BOOT
/dev/sdx1 has to be your SD Card
Create EXt3 File System
mkfs.ext3 -L DEVK-SYS /dev/sdix2
/dev/sdx2 has to be your SD Card

Kernel and RootFS

After you created the SD-Card go to the directory of the Angstrom Distribution on the CD.

Copy MLO,uboot.bin and uImage from CD to /dev/sdx1 or /media/DEVK-BOOT  (FAT32 Partition)

Get a Ubuntu rootfs from here:

http://www.elinux.org/BeagleBoardUbuntu#Demo_Image

Unpack and install rootfs

7za x ubuntu-9.10-minimal-armel.tar.7z
tar xvf ubuntu-9.10-minimal-armel-1.1.tar
cd ubuntu-9.10-minimal-armel-1.1
tar xvf armel-rootfs-200912081224.tgz -C /media/DEVK-SYS/ (EXT3 Partition)

System configuartion

Edit /etc/network/interfaces add:

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp

or edit /media/2/etc/network/interfaces add:

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static
address 192.192.12.17
netmask 255.255.255.0
gateway 192.192.12.101

To get a IP on startup.

Edit /etc/rc.local add:

ntpdate-debian

This sets the clock while booting.

Edit /media/2/etc/resolv.conf add:

nameserver 202.96.134.133

This sets the DNS,determined based on your area

u-boot env

On the DEVKIT u-boot commandline edit the Bootcmd and Bootargs Env Var.

setenv bootcmd 'mmcinit;fatload mmc 0 80300000 uImage;bootm 80300000'
setenv bootargs 'console=ttyS2,115200n8 root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rw rootwait video=omapfb:mode:7inch_LCD'
saveenv

check Env Var

printenv

Boooting

Put the SD Card in the DEVKIT and boot. You should see the one Pinguin, after that the Screen goes blank. Wait. After a while you get the Login Screen.

Ubuntu

If you are using the above mentioned rootfs, login as Ubuntu System User Password temppwd

Update the System

sudo apt-get update

Upgrade the System

sudo apt-get upgrade

Touchscreen support

Remove the Synaptics Driver

sudo apt-get remove xserver-xorg-input-synaptics

Install the tslib driver and the tslib tools

sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-tslib libts-bin

Now we have to calibrate the Touchscreen Type in Terminal

TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event2
TSLIB_CONFFILE=/etc/ts.conf
export TSLIB_TSDEVICE TSLIB_CONFFILE
ts_calibrate

This will start the calibration Process for the Touchscreen. After that we have to restart the X-Server. In the Terminal type:

sudo stop gdm

Now you have to Login again. After you are logged in type:

sudo start gdm

This will start the X-Server. Now the Touchscreen should work

Troubleshoot Touchscreen

Check if the Touchscreen respons: cat /dev/event2 If you touch the Screen the should be some garbage Output