Heya, Thanks for visiting!
No description...
Tagged Items:
I wanted more lighting around the apartment and was inspired by the lines that my blinds made on the wall on a sunny day which kinda match the Gitter logo (I work at Gitter/GitLab). Boiled down, this project is some internet of things(IoT) connected LEDs. Lines on the wall created by the blinds that inspired the sign, Parts (bill of materials) Electronics Beaglebone Black (rev. B), https://www.adafruit.com/product/1996 USB battery bank, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L88VP3Y It's important to make sure that it can be charged and power another device at the same time because it will act as a universal power supply(UPS) for the Beaglebone Black so that it won't get corrupted if the power is cut. 400w, 1u power supply, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014G2OUG2 Any reliable ...
I was really intrigued by the BeagleBone Black's (BBB) low cost, great performance, and IO all on the familiar Ubuntu OS. I am still quite new to the BeagleBone Black and hope to create some great projects with it in the future. This is a quick guide to get you up and running with Ubuntu on your BeagleBone Black. I created this guide because many of the guides and instructions are scattered across many places and I wanted a concise place to reference. Flashing/Installing Ubuntu on your BeagleBone Black Download the latest Ubuntu image. Pick the latest .img.xz file (on the bottom) from the rcn-ee site ex. http://rcn-ee.net/deb/flasher/saucy/BBB-eMMC-flasher-ubuntu-13.10-2014-03-27-2gb.img.xz Extract the .img.xz download to get the .img file. You can use ...
1