PandaBoard Minimal-FS HW Configuration

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# Connect a USB thumb drive to the USB ports
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#Connect your Serial cable or your USB2serial adapter
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# Connect you display cable in either the HDMI or DVI connection port. You may need to adjust the bootargs if a DVI display is used.
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# Make sure you have a open wireless connection to test WLAN
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''Note:'' Where USB2serial adapter is mentioned, it is actually meant to be plugged directly into the Pandaboard's serial port, not in a USB port of the Pandaboard. The USB side of the adapter goes into your computer.
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Latest revision as of 16:42, 9 April 2011

EVEN MORE IMPORTANT: See Troubleshooting for up-to-date information and binaries. Information below is outdated.


minimal-FS
Setting up your Validation Environment on your OMAP Platform
Overview Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8

   

Step 4


[edit] Hardware Setup

[edit] PandaBoard Configuration

PandaBoard Setup.png
Connections steps
  1. Connect USB keyboard and USB mouse
  2. Connect ethernet cable
  3. Connect serial cable or USB2serial adapter
  4. Connect display cable to the HDMI connection port
Additional Guides
  • OMAPvideo PandaBoard
  • Display connection option


Validation Environment
  1. Connect a USB thumb drive to the USB ports
  2. Connect your Serial cable or your USB2serial adapter
  3. Connect you display cable in either the HDMI or DVI connection port. You may need to adjust the bootargs if a DVI display is used.
  4. Make sure you have a open wireless connection to test WLAN

Note: Where USB2serial adapter is mentioned, it is actually meant to be plugged directly into the Pandaboard's serial port, not in a USB port of the Pandaboard. The USB side of the adapter goes into your computer.


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