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Fortunately you have all you need to get running: your Bone and a USB cable. Plug the USB cable into your host computer (Mac, Windows, or Linux) and plug the mini-USB connector side into the USB connector near the Ethernet connector on the Bone (Figure 1-1).
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Fortunately you have all you need to get running: your Bone and a USB cable. Plug the USB cable into your host computer (Mac, Windows, or Linux) and plug the mini-USB connector side into the USB connector near the Ethernet connector on the Bone. In 10 or 15 seconds you’ll see a new drive appear on your host computer.
  
Plugging In
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[[File:01GettingStarted.png|The Beagle appears as a USB drive]]
Figure 1-1. Plugging a BeagleBone Black into a USB port.
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In 10 or 15 seconds you’ll see a new drive appear on your host computer (Figure 1-2).
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A new USB drive
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Open the drive and open '''START.htm''' with Google Chrome or FireFox.
Figure 1-2. The Beagle appears as a USB drive.
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Open the drive and open START.htm with Google Chrome or FireFox (Figure 1-3).
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Open START.htm
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[[File:02GettingStarted.png|Open START.htm]]
Figure 1-3. Open START.htm
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Follow the instructions (Figure 1-4) for installing the USB Drivers for your host computer’s OS.
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Install USB Drivers
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Follow the instructions for installing the USB Drivers for your host computer’s OS.
Figure 1-4. Install the USB drivers
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Then point the browser on your host to http://192.168.7.2 (Figure 1-5).
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[[File:03GettingStarted.png|Install the USB drivers]]
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Then point the browser on your host to http://192.168.7.2.
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[[File:04GettingStarted.png|Open http://192.167.7.2 on your host computer]]
  
Open START.htm
 
Figure 1-5. Open http://192.167.7.2 on your host computer
 
 
You are now ready to explore your Bone. Look around. There’s lots of information on the page. The green banner at the top means the browser is talking to the Bone and code on the page can be editted and run on the Bone. Try it!
 
You are now ready to explore your Bone. Look around. There’s lots of information on the page. The green banner at the top means the browser is talking to the Bone and code on the page can be editted and run on the Bone. Try it!
  
Also be sure to point your browser to http://192.168.7.2:3000 (Figure 1-6).
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Also be sure to point your browser to http://192.168.7.2:3000.
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[[File:05GettingStarted.png|Cloud9]]
  
Cloud9
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Here you’ll find Cloud9, a web-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets you edit and run code on your Bone!  
Figure 1-6. Cloud9
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Here you’ll find Cloud9, a web-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets you edit and run code on your Bone! See “Edit a file using Cloud9 IDE” for more details.
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Revision as of 16:32, 6 August 2014

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Fortunately you have all you need to get running: your Bone and a USB cable. Plug the USB cable into your host computer (Mac, Windows, or Linux) and plug the mini-USB connector side into the USB connector near the Ethernet connector on the Bone. In 10 or 15 seconds you’ll see a new drive appear on your host computer.

The Beagle appears as a USB drive

Open the drive and open START.htm with Google Chrome or FireFox.

Open START.htm

Follow the instructions for installing the USB Drivers for your host computer’s OS.

Install the USB drivers

Then point the browser on your host to http://192.168.7.2.

Open http://192.167.7.2 on your host computer

You are now ready to explore your Bone. Look around. There’s lots of information on the page. The green banner at the top means the browser is talking to the Bone and code on the page can be editted and run on the Bone. Try it!

Also be sure to point your browser to http://192.168.7.2:3000.

Cloud9

Here you’ll find Cloud9, a web-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets you edit and run code on your Bone!



thumb‎ Embedded Linux Class by Mark A. Yoder