Difference between revisions of "PandaBoard"

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* [[Panda_How_to_buildroot|How to build a minimal file system using buildroot]] for the PandaBoard
 
* [[Panda_How_to_buildroot|How to build a minimal file system using buildroot]] for the PandaBoard
 
* [[Panda_How_to_kernel|How to build a kernel using the buildroot toolchain from above]] for the PandaBoard
 
* [[Panda_How_to_kernel|How to build a kernel using the buildroot toolchain from above]] for the PandaBoard
* [[Panda_How_to_kernel_new|How to build newer kernels]] for the PandaBoard '''-->> Updated 3/3/2011'''
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* [[Panda_How_to_kernel_new|How to build 2.6.38-rcx kernels]] for the PandaBoard '''-->> Updated 3/15/2011'''
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* [[Panda_How_to_kernel_2_6_38|How to build 2.6.38 kernel]] for the PandaBoard '''-->> Updated 3/15/2011'''
 
* [[Panda_How_to_add_2_USBs|How to add two additional USB connections]] to the PandaBoard
 
* [[Panda_How_to_add_2_USBs|How to add two additional USB connections]] to the PandaBoard
  

Revision as of 15:11, 15 March 2011

The PandaBoard is an OMAP4430 (Cortex-A9) based low cost development platform.

Hardware

  • OMAP4430 Cortex-A9 CPU based open development platform.

Details coming soon

  • PandaBoard EA1 Front

Panda front.jpg

  • PandaBoard EA1 Back

Panda back.jpg

Accessories

How To's