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GinoIf you want to develop derivatives or expansion boards ("capes") for BeagleBone or PocketBeagle, please let Drew know: drew@oshpark.com. OSHPark will help it to get made.Find BeagleBoard related items from the community on Tindie:
https://www.tindie.com/browse/beagleboard/

More BeagleBone projects to follow on Hackaday.io
https://hackaday.io/list/3562-beaglebone-projects

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NameHackaday.io profileQuestions (Please keep questions brief. 1-2 sentences is good :))Digi-Key has generously offered to give away 2 PocketBeagle boards. Submit your idea/ email address here! If you do not submit your email address, I am sorry but we will not be able to choose your idea.
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Darenhttps://hackaday.io/darenWhy oh why are not more people using the beaglebone?Open source tripod kinematics collapsable cable 3D printer running Machinekit darenschwenke@gmail.com https://hackaday.io/project/26938
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Bleckyhttps://hackaday.io/bleckyWhere do you see the future of end user SBCs going? Would you consider putting an FPGA on board like the Technologic Systems boards?BeagleCollar/BeagleLeash - A proximity cape that detects when a user is no longer nearby. blecky@sensordots.org
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MarcAny chance the octavo chip is going to be cheaper than say a regular beaglebone green? Because for a commercial product it currently does not really make sense to me to use the octavo solution.
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Bobhttps://hackaday.io/BHarbourIs the I/O management / Cape Manager scheme stabilizing? I designed and built several capes, but after 3 major revisions in a couple of years, I walked away rather then spend all my time tracking the I/O definitions.
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Avnerhttps://hackaday.io/hansoberAny plans for moving the standard BB boards to a faster CPU? Any chances of a Beaglebone 'breakout board' that breaks out ALL of the pins of the Octavo SIP? Any boards in the pipeline with an FPGA or auxillary MCU for more PRU-like realtime control? Beagle I/O: Pocket Beagle + 3.5/4.3" SPI LCD display + battery + wireless transceiver + a little circuitry (ADC, DAC, etc) = a powerful portable compact handheld logic analyzer, oscilloscope, data logger and function generator! Use the GUI (on the screen or via the network page) to quickly & easily configure the modes and view data. It works as a logic analyser or oscilloscope in input mode, and can be easy programmed to generate waveforms, PWM & test patterns on the GPIO pins in output mode. Need to debug or test something remotely? Hook up the Beagle I/O to the device, and you can access the inputs & outputs which allows you to monitor & control the device. Inspired by BeagleLogic & BeagleScope. Now adding a few more features, output capability (to debug motor PWMs) & making it portable. avnrdf@outlook.com
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Soul_Esthttps://hackaday.io/SoulEstHow was the decision made to include the kinds of I/O that the PocketBeagle has?A pocket SDR using a PocketBeagle, 2x RTL2832U dongles, Li-ion battery, Transflective LCD, and buttons. A portable musical instrusment using a PocketBeagle and various, motors, inputs, and speakers. An All-In-One soundmixer and equalizer utilizing a PocketBeagle, touchsensors, pots, buttons, etc. soul.est.soul.est@gmail.com
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Zachhttps://hackaday.io/zakqwyI grabbed a couple of the 256-ball Octavo SiPs with my last Digi-Key order. Assuming I get all the bits wired up correctly (that is a big 'if') is getting the thing working really as simple as explained at https://beagleboard.org/getting-started ?
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anon radio listenerjust visitingi have a kiwisdr that is a cape on the beagleboard,
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DavePocketBeagle + coin batt + barometer cape = super light altimeter for judging bottle rocket flights. sallysdad@gmail.com
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Aaron
https://hackaday.io/NorseEngineer
What modes can the SPI busses communicate with? (Raspberry Pi has two SPI, but only SPI0 can communicate over all four modes)PocketBeagle + 18650 (and boost) + SPI LCD + Flir Lepton + Camera + wifi = internet connected, portable, Flir Camera. Useful for remote driven vehicles. Image recoginition with OpenCV.
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Alan Frost (DrivenMadz)https://hackaday.io/DrivenMadzWould a beagleboard work for a mobile kismet/gps/debug logger?Mobile IDS / survey tool / debugger alan@olymega.org
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Gustavo reynagahttps://hackaday.io/HulkcoMy question is, Do you have any plans to make the Beagleboard as well known and used as the Raspberry Pi?chava_mzt@hotmail.com
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Christopher Stantonhttps://hackaday.io/stantoWhy do you prefer IRC over other chat mediums?
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Roberthttps://hackaday.io/rgmarosiCan the UART/encoder/servo/DC motor/etc. pins of the BBBlue be repurposed as GPIOs?
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Ginohttps://hackaday.io/ottoragamI've been using beaglebones to make custom CNC machine controllers with machinekit. Now I want to develop my own motherboard with integrated servo drives using the Octavo Systems thingie. Some general advice? Would it be better to use one of the prebuilt BBs (due to pricing, board assembly cost at the low 100s of units, etc)?Open source CNC machine controller with integrated closed loop bldc servo drives and spindle control. ottoragam@gmail.com
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Jacob
https://hackaday.io/hacker/833-jacob-creedon
Besides a battery, what is the best way to prevent eMMC corruption from unexpected pwoeroff? Read only root file system?Portable DMX512 generator for theatre lighting testing jcreedon@gmail.com
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Toddhttps://hackaday.io/toddzebertPocketBeagle: I noticed there's a SGX530 3D graphics chip.... but there's no video out, so how is it used?
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Toddhttps://hackaday.io/toddzebertPocketBeagle: what's the difference between the Cortex 64KB RAM and the DD3? I suppose the on-chip is faster?
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Johnhttps://hackaday.io/tuxlabAre BBB still being made domestically or in other free countries? and where to buy them? thanks.
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Arsenijshackaday.io/CRImierNo questionsI'm going to work on a ZeroPhone replacement CPU board, based on the latest SiP, and I'm going to take the latest PocketBone design as a base, so if I were to get one, that'd help me understand its capabilities and make a prototype before spinning my own board. I'll buy it anyway, I think =)
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edhackaday.io/specialed08No questionssdr module for beaglebone,specialed08@gmail.com
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Just a thought..maybe be able to add short anwsers to this doc for each chat ?? yes, you can do this, I will make a column for this in the next one, thanks!
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AdityaPrakash23hackaday.io/ShapyI am presently working on my final year project for undergrad degree. I am basically designing a structure surveillence robot. Presently I am designing the robot in Gazebo SIM. I intend to use my BBB rev c for controlling the robot in the simulator using ROS. Also I am supposed to run a Machine Learning program on the Beaglebone for image classification(images taken inthe simulation).So my question is, is it possible to run ROS with a very basic ML program at the same time?Any further advice is welcome!
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Jacob
The barrier of entry for PRU development seems pretty steep, any recommendations on getting started with PRU development?
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Sai Yamanoor
https://hackaday.io/hacker/203738-sai-yamanoor
Is it possible to program the PRU on the Beagle in an Arduino like environment? I learned about PRUduino. WOuld I be able to use third party libraries as-is or do I have to port them to use it?
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Sai YamanoorWhen can I expect to be able to use the bonescript's GPIO capabilities on the Pocket Beagle?
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Soul_Esthttps://hackaday.io/SoulEstTo followup on Avner's question, will standard BeagleBones and PocketBeagle see a more energy efficient ARMv7 or ARMv8 CPU coupled with an equally efficient SGX GPU sometime in the future?A portable musical instrusment using a PocketBeagle and various, motors, inputs, and speakers. An All-In-One soundmixer and equalizer utilizing a PocketBeagle, touchsensors, pots, buttons, etc. soul.est.soul.est@gmail.com
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Davehttps://hackaday.io/devidiIf I wanted to drop Linux, what SDK do you recommend to program the ARM AM3358 natively.
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Jarretthttps://hackaday.io/JarrettNo questions
Single line / one-dimensional camera using a scanner, for infinite length pictures - Think lines of bikes riding past, or the landscape while on a train jrainier@gmail.com
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