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phyBOARD®-PolisARM CortexTM-A53/-M4

https://www.phytec.eu/product-eu/single-board-computer/phyboard-polis/

i.MX 8M Mini Quad

NXP doc - i.MX 8M Mini - Arm® Cortex®-A53, Cortex-M4, Audio, Voice, Video Documentation

U-Boot and Kernel from source

Toradex: Build U-Boot and Linux Kernel from Source Code

Note: Upstream kernel 5.8.0 seems to work for me.

Now we need to figure out how this thing boots.

It looks like we need to build a Boot Container

Raspi 4 - 8 Gig RAM

I took the headless Raspberry Pi OS (Debian) https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/.

ssh

ssh is disabled by default ;)

sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/mala1/
cd /mnt/mala1

sudo touch ssh

cd /
sudo umount /mnt/mala1

Now you can watch your dhcp server and check the Ip address the raspi takes.

ssh pi@<ip-address>
pw: raspberry

raspi-config

sudo raspi-config

with this we can resize the rootfs

enable serial console

I ALWAYS want a serial console, but this is not enabled by default.

sudo nano /boot/config.txt

add to the end

enable_uart=1 

Now if you reboot you should get some output on serial console.

It it SLOOOOOOOOOOOW. So wait.

Yocto

rootfs from nfs

The kernel commandline comes magically from here: http://git.yoctoproject.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/meta-raspberrypi/tree/recipes-kernel/linux/linux-raspberrypi.inc#n30

So if we want to boot over nfs instead of the SD card something like that works:

#CMDLINE ?= "dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 ${SERIAL} root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rootfstype=ext4 rootwait"
CMDLINE ?= "dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 ${SERIAL} root=/dev/nfs rootfstype=nfs nfsroot=192.168.42.1:/opt/poky/raspi-4-rootfs,v3,tcp ip=dhcp rootwait"

The Rascal

[1]

TAM3517

[2]

1 375 EUR

5 280 EUR

10 260 EUR

SW support?

3.10 Support for TAM3517 modules and Twister board.

latest kernel for am35xx

Beagle-C4

support

Beagle-XM

[3]

119 EUR

SW support: yocto

Don't use commercially: [4]

Power supp: 5V +/-5% / 3A - 2.1mm Barrel Plug

BeagleBoard. LEDs and Buttons

Adding analog inputs to BeagleBoard

BeagleBoard I2C. Interfacing to the WiiChuck

BeagleBoard UART2. Interfacing to RFID reader ID-12

BeagleBoard to ID-12 Revisited. 1 Euro Interface

Powering the BeagleBoard through the Expansion Header

ARM: dts: omap3-beagle: Fix USB host on beagle boards (for 3.13)

BBB

JTAG tincantools

TI 20-pin Header Information

Manufacturer: Samtec Model Number: FTR-110-51-S-D-06 Manufacturer’s Overview:

http://www.samtec.com/technical-specifications/Default.aspx?SeriesMaster=FTR

FTR-110-51-S-D-06:

http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/FTR-110-51-S-D-06/FTR-110-51-S-D-06-ND/2651176

Recommended Connector: RSM-110-02-S-D


Manufacturer: OUPIIN Model number: 2212-2X10G00D-2.8 Manufacturer’s Overview:

http://www.oupiin.com/products_browse.asp?cat=23

Recommended Connector: 2242-2X10C00D1

Beagle Bone

use this 3.14 kernel

install node.js

DT Overlay based cape manager for TI's Beaglebone

Xenomai on a Beaglebone

Yocto + meta-ti

Pinmux replacement

BeagleBone in a Board Farm

usb-device-resetter

maybe we need to listen on the /dev/<descriptor> and start screen?

libudev sysfs

[udev-notify.learnfree.eu/ udev-notify] - does this still exist?

libudev

inotify

NULLCape. How to Roll your own BeagleBone Capes (Part I)

NULLCape. How to Roll your own BeagleBone Capes (Part II)

NULLCape. How to Roll your own BeagleBone Capes (Part III)

Universal Device Tree Available

Getting Started With the BeagleBone Black: A 1GHz ARM Linux Machine for $45

Beaglebone Linux performace tests

How to Access Chips Over the SPI on BeagleBone Black

BeagleBone Black: How to Get Interrupts Through Linux GPIO

C++, Linux, libferris and embedded development. Yet another blog from yet another NARG.

MPC8315E-RDBA-ND

[5]

Europe? Availability?

[6]

SW support: yocto

Routerstation Pro

[7] [8]

Getting started: [9]

Specs: [10]

maybe Mini-PCI to single PCI express mini card Interface board [11]

$79 USD

SW support: yocto

Power supply issue:

1-Using the MAIN RJ45 POE You can use Passive or active 48V POE Note if Gigabit Ethernet is required you will need ACTIVE POE 802.3af Gigabit capable POE Other wise You will default to 10/100 Ethernet. Passive POE uses spare pins for Power 4,5 7,8, Gigabit Ethernet uses all available Pins for data, so Passive POE adapters will not work for Gigabit mode, only 10/100 Mode will be OK.

2-Using DC Power Jack any supply with 48V DC should work OK 24W or higher is sufficient in most cases.

Voltage range is 39VDC to 56VDC for operation of RS-PRO RS-Pro is capable of supporting 30W POE devices


The Ubiquity specs now say the RS Pro needs 40-56 volts, so there you go.

You can plug a 48 volt power supply directly into the RS Pro's power jack. The pin size is 2.1mm, the barrel is 5.5mm, positive pin, outside is ground (inside diameter 2.1mm, outside 5.5mm)

P1020RDB-PA-ND

[12] [13]

$ 530

for Lancero/Carreras [14]

kilauea

kernel v3.3 breaks with ELDK 4.2

kernel 3.5+ breaks with ELDK 4.2

kernel 3.5+ breaks with ELDK 4.2

kernel 3.5+ breaks with ELDK 4.2

PC Engines ALIX.2D3 - 3 LAN, 1 miniPCI, LX800, 256 MB, USB

[15]

IPCop should run on this

also on ALIX.2D13 [16][17]

with Wistron DNMA92 802.11a/b/g/n MIMO (2,4GHz, 5GHz) miniPCI Card [18]

needs also pigtail which? [19]

needs also power supply which?

needs case which? [20](no holes for wireless antenna?)

IPCOP on Alix

Arduino

[21]

RPie

RPi on Yocto

Pimp my pi

GNUBLIN

https://github.com/jonsmirl

http://gitorious.org/~zgyarmati

SOC FPGA stuff

https://joelw.id.au/FPGA/CheapFPGADevelopmentBoards

https://marcowuen.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/overview-cheap-fpga-development-boards/

Altera/Intel

DE0-Nano-SoC Kit/Atlas-SoC Kit: [22]

DE0-Nano-SoC: Available at the Terasic web site [23]

Atlas-SoC: Available at the Terasic web site [24]

Mouser [25]

Digikey [26]

eewiki [27]

Xilinx