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=== Introduction ===
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This Page is my personal reference to my work in ECE497. All of the command line arguments are designed to run on Ubuntu 12.04.
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=== Connecting to the BeagleBone ===
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In order to Connect to the BeagleBone we can use screen or ssh. Its a good idea to install screen before getting started:
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  host$ '''sudo apt-get install screen'''
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Before plugging in the BeagleBone, run the following:
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  host$ '''ls /dev/tty* > /tmp/tty'''
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Then, After plugging in the BeagleBone, run the following to show which USB the Bone is plugged into:
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  host$ '''ls /dev/tty* > /tmp/tty2'''
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  host$ '''diff /tmp/tty*'''
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  98a99, 100
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  > /dev/ttyUSB0
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  > /dev/ttyUSB1
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  host$ '''sudo screen /dev/''ttyUSB1'' 115200'''
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USB0 and USB1 are both listed when plugging in the Bone, but after attempting to connect to each of them (next) I found that ttyUSB1 was the Bone.
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Press '''Return''' to start the Angstrom software, and login as '''root'''
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Congratulations you are now connected to the BeagleBone.
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Once logged in to root on the Bone, you can eject the Bone and run:
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  beagle$ '''ifconfig'''
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listed under usb0, is (in my case) '''inet addr:192.168.7.2 Bcast:192.168.7.3 Mask:255.255.255.252'''
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Using ssh we can also connect to the Bone:
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  host$ '''ssh -X root@192.168.7.2'''
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Latest revision as of 15:16, 18 May 2013