How to Setup the Arduino IDE with BeagleBone Black #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg
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This tutorial shows you how to run the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) on the BeagleBone and download your programs to your Arduino board. The program you create runs on your Arduino board (not the BeagleBone). You use the BeagleBone to run the Arduino software in order to develop your programs (as you would on a PC/laptop).
What You Will Need
HDMI Cable to connect to your HDMI Display Monitor(optional)
Mini Keyboard with Trackball Mouse (optional)
AC adapter 5 Volts, 2 Amp (required)
BeagleBone expandable case Orange or Black (recommended)
Ethernet cable for internet connection (recommended)
Arduino Board (example: UNO, MEGA…)
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