Running Arduino Sketches On #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg
A How To On Running Arduino Sketched On Beaglebone Black. via meanbot on Youtube
This video demonstrates an Arduino Sketch being cross-compiled for embedded linux and executed on the Beaglebone Black.
For detailed steps, got to http://elinux.org/Userpace_Arduino
I forgot to mention that you need a BB-BONE-BACONE-00A0.dtbo file in the /lib/firmware directory on the Beaglebone Black. It is required to configure the pinmux of AM335x for the Bacon Cape. Get the overlay from http://elinux.org/images/8/85/BB-BONE…
Simply copy it to the /lib/firmware folder on the Beaglebone Black and the code should work fine.
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