Difference between revisions of "Minnowboard:Hardware Revisions"

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= Revision A =
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= MinnowMax =
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== Revision A0 ==
  
== Known Software Issues ==
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Hardware test platform (limited availability)
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== Revision A1 ==
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General Availability (Expected June 2014)
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=== Known Software Issues ===
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* None
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=== Known Hardware Issues ===
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* None
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= MinnowBoard=
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== Revision A ==
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=== Known Software Issues ===
 
* GPIO buttons are slow to respond
 
* GPIO buttons are slow to respond
  
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=== Known Hardware Issues ===
  
== Known Hardware Issues ==
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1. Left/Right Audio channels swapped on line-out jack
 
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*Workaround: edit /etc/asound.conf to swap the channels:
* Left/Right Audio channels swapped on line-out jack
 
** Workaround: edit /etc/asound.conf to swap the channels:
 
 
  # Swap L/R channels for MinnowBoard Rev A boards
 
  # Swap L/R channels for MinnowBoard Rev A boards
 
  pcm.!default {
 
  pcm.!default {
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     ttable.1.0 1
 
     ttable.1.0 1
 
  }
 
  }
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2. The silkscreen for the RTC battery polarity is incorrect on the MinnowBoard.
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*Workaround: No damage will occur if you insert the RTC battery backwards.
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[[Category:MinnowBoard]]

Latest revision as of 12:51, 19 March 2015

MinnowMax

Revision A0

Hardware test platform (limited availability)

Revision A1

General Availability (Expected June 2014)

Known Software Issues

  • None

Known Hardware Issues

  • None

MinnowBoard

Revision A

Known Software Issues

  • GPIO buttons are slow to respond

Known Hardware Issues

1. Left/Right Audio channels swapped on line-out jack

  • Workaround: edit /etc/asound.conf to swap the channels:
# Swap L/R channels for MinnowBoard Rev A boards
pcm.!default {
    type route
    slave.pcm "cards.pcm.default"
    ttable.0.1 1
    ttable.1.0 1
}

2. The silkscreen for the RTC battery polarity is incorrect on the MinnowBoard.

  • Workaround: No damage will occur if you insert the RTC battery backwards.