In this article I use the BeagleBone Black to control all possible display states of a panel-mount indicator LED. I also demonstrate device tree modification for permanent use of the GPIO pins required.
Visual Studio Code, CMake, VirtualBox, and GDB are combined to cross-compile and remote debug C/C++ for the BeagleBone Black (BBB) embedded Linux device. Special attention is paid to efficiency in the development cycle.
The BeagleBone Black (BBB) is a reference target of Poky, the example Linux distribution from the Yocto Project. Follow along to build and flash the BBB with a Poky image built using the Yocto Project.
Booting embedded Linux off of the network is a powerful strategy to bring enterprise-grade storage to a development platform. This guide, using the BeagleBone Black, demonstrates a working implementation!