A pre-configured image is provided for testing, follow the steps below to burn it into the SD card:
1. format the SD card by using HPUSBDisk.exe
3. Default user: linaro,Default password: linaro,The root permission password: 123456
Since driver compiling relies on the kernel, if you need to compile our source code, you should modify the related Makefile according to your own kernel path, then execute:
For more info, please refer to the document Drivers Porting and Configuration.
Note: here we are talking about how to use serial port on ubuntu installed via wubi. As for using serial port on ubuntu on virtual machine, some wired problems may occur.
Use the following command to check if USB0 or USB1 exists:
# ls /dev/ttyUSB*
Use the screen command to establish connection:
#screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200
You may want to install the screen command first in case it doesn't exist:
#apt-get install screen
If the Cubieboard has started up, press Enter key to enter command terminal, the default user should be root. In case nothing happens when pressing Enter, try to disconnect and reconnect the USB port on Cubieboard, execute the following command again:
#screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200
Press Enter until any info displayed on the serial port monitor. If you enter the command terminal via VAG or HDMI other than serial port, then the default user should be linaro, the default password should also be linaro.
The serial port driver is required for Window. DVK521 integrates the PL2303 USB-to-UART convertor. To install the serial port driver, double click the install package which can be found on PL2303_Prolific_DriverInstaller_v1.8.0.exe. When completed, connect the PL2303 to PC through a USB cable, the PC will try to detect device. To ensure the detection succeeds, please close the anti-virus software or other computer protection software. When the device is detected successfully, install the serial port monitor ultra-serial-port-monitor.exe.
Burn the provided image into your SD card, when the system startups, connect the board to PC through a USB-to-serial-port cable, then launch the console terminal. The root permission should be gained by default. In fact, all of the following demos are running under root permission. In case any command can't be executed or any error occurs, it might be that you are not proceeding under root permission, try to switch user using the following command:
$ su root
Then enter the password:
It is recommended that disconnect every module after testing to avoid port conflicting.
At any time, only one of the three display mode is available. The default option is LCD mode, use related command to select other display mode. For VGA mode, use:
For LCD mode , use:
For HDMI mode, use:
After executing the above commands, the board will reboot automatically to apply the new display mode.
About the LCD Touch Screen
Connect the OV7670 module into the OV7670 interface, connect the 7inch capacitive touch LCD. Enter the following command on the console terminal:
The video stream is supposed to be seen on the LCD, and the focal length is also adjustable (in case the screen becomes messing up, reboot the system). Press Ctrl+C to stop.
Short the onboard LED jumpers. Enter the following command:
You will see the 8 LEDs light up one by one every second. Press Ctrl+C to stop.
Connect the 8 Push Buttons accessory board to the onboard 8I/O s interface (The OV7670 module and the push button module share certain same pins, disconnect the OV7670 module while testing the push button). Enter the following command:
Press any of the 8 push buttons, related value will be displayed on the console terminal. Press Ctrl+C to stop.
Short the onboard buzzer jumper. Enter the following command:
The buzzer will start to make sound and stop later.
Note: if the buzzer keeps making sound, disconnect it from the board.
Insert the DS18B20 into the 1-WIRE socket, short the onboard 1-WIRE jumper (ensure that the AT45DBXX DataFlash Board has been disconnected). Enter the following command:
$ cd /sys/bus/w1/devices/ $ ls
There's a folder with the name looks like "28-0000054a5bec " (the last 7 characters is a unique device ID of every different DS18B20, in this case, the device ID is 54a5bec). Enter the following command:
$ test_ds18b20 54a5bec
The current environment temperature will be displayed on the console terminal.
Connect the AT45DBXX DataFlash Board to the onboard SPI interface Enter the following command:
Data will be read and displayed on the console terminal.
Connect the AT24/FM24 module to the onboard I2C interface. Enter the following command:
$ test_at24c04 –w
Data will be written into the device and displayed on the console terminal.
$ test_at24c04 –r
Data will be read from the device and displayed on the console terminal.