Matt Richardson from MAKE provides this introduction to the BeagleBone dev board. BeagleBone is an TI AM3358 ARM Cortex-A8-based microprocessor board that ships with a 2GB microSD card with the Angstrom Linux Distribution with node.js and Cloud9 IDE. It retails for $89 from MAKE and Adafruit.
Here’s another intro to the board by Jason Kridner from TI and a participant in the BeagleBoard.org community. This site contains a wealth of technical information about the board and projects.
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13 Responses to “MAKE How-To: Get Started with the BeagleBone”
Edward Mallon: I've managed to get cheap thermistors calibrated to about to +/- 0.2C with 3.3v Arduinos. https://edwardmallon.wordpress.com/2017/04/26/calibrating-oversampled-thermistors-with-an-arduino/ Instead of playing whack-a-mole with the various sources of...
Ja: What the keyer do? Sends random morse code or there is some input? If someone can point me to some source to read I would...