Difference between revisions of "Talk:RPi Low-level peripherals"

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Donster2k: "Kernel boot messages go to the UART at 115200bps." - This should be configurable as a kernel parameter. It is the bootloader that will always output to the uart on the header, correct?
 
Donster2k: "Kernel boot messages go to the UART at 115200bps." - This should be configurable as a kernel parameter. It is the bootloader that will always output to the uart on the header, correct?
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Donster2k: What will be the power-on states of the GPIO pins?
 
Donster2k: What will be the power-on states of the GPIO pins?
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Donster2k: USB2 spec states that the max current draw from a port (either powered hub or PC's usb) is 500mA. Does this mean that the revB module will need to be powered via a usb charger?
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Donster2k: Most of the reference links to the forum are broken. Probably happened when they moved the forum.
 
Donster2k: Most of the reference links to the forum are broken. Probably happened when they moved the forum.

Revision as of 10:48, 18 February 2012

Donster2k: "Kernel boot messages go to the UART at 115200bps." - This should be configurable as a kernel parameter. It is the bootloader that will always output to the uart on the header, correct?

Donster2k: What will be the power-on states of the GPIO pins?

Donster2k: USB2 spec states that the max current draw from a port (either powered hub or PC's usb) is 500mA. Does this mean that the revB module will need to be powered via a usb charger?

Donster2k: Most of the reference links to the forum are broken. Probably happened when they moved the forum.