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SSL

Hi, it would be nice to have SSL support (at least for login) on elinux.org. Currently https://elinux.org returns "You don't have permission to access / on this server." using a certificate for "*.osuosl.org". Thanks for considering.

-- Sebastian (talk) 01:08, 10 Oct 2013 (UTC+2)

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There is a bug in the pinout for the Olimex USB-Serial-Cable in the section BeagleBone_Black_Serial

The pinout for the Olimex USB-Serial-Cable is wrong. The Red Wire (TX) should be connected to the Receive PIN and the Green (RX) should be connected to Transmit.They must be exchanged when connecting to the serial port

06:15, 20 December 2013

Thanks Jassuncao,

Can you give me the direct internal link to the erroneous content? I can't seem to find it. Or better yet, can you simply fix it if the page is editable.

06:27, 20 December 2013
10:41, 12 February 2014

The page should be editable once you login. It's not protected. Or just tell me what to change and I'll change it.

11:45, 12 February 2014

It is protected, tried just now.

09:48, 3 May 2014

You're correct, any pages in the Beagleboard: namespace are indeed protected. I've gone ahead and corrected the error.

19:01, 3 May 2014
01:41, 4 May 2014

Pages in the Beagleboard namespace are protected by default to Users withing the Beagleboard user group. Currently that includes about 8 Users, primarily the Beagleboard.org people and a few from CircuitCo. I will talk to them about adding new Users.

04:28, 4 May 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Requesting Implementing of functions

The site seems to be using the email discussing method I recommend the implementation of IRC It is easier, faster and can get more freely than using email, or get both stay.

09:52, 3 May 2014

We've had #elinux on freenode for years.

18:53, 3 May 2014

I mean, an independant chat for every category for example #elinux_software #elinux_hardware etc. for better management in information sorting (might find some useful infos too)

01:37, 4 May 2014

Well, there are already lots of channels dedicated to both. For example #beagle. But I believe one central channel where everyone congregates increases your chance of finding someone with knowledge about whatever it is you're interested in. This also allows others to chime in and/or just follow specific chats to learn. There's also many mailing lists out there as well as bugs.elinux.org.

04:21, 4 May 2014
 
 
 
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