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Quote from: Poporacer on Today at 02:18:40 PMWhat hat or cape are you using, that was never mentioned.
For now, none, I'm simply testing on a 'table', but I declare a virtual RGB123 EEPROM. 
I'm going to manufacture a simplified clone of the RGB123, without UART, without OLED, without buttons, without clock signal, without EEPROM. Just 48 outputs, 16 outputs with SN74HCT125, and the other 32 with RS485 drivers.



Quote from: Poporacer on Today at 03:13:04 PMAn interesting disclaimer on the Element 14
I'm not surprised by this line, it's well known that certain pins become unavailable depending on the options. 
It seems that the WiFi version of the BBB removes 4 or 5 pins. 
When I compare my Element 14 BBB with photos of the original, I don't see any difference. 
I thought it was simply a manufacturer who had bought the rights to manufacture it without any modifications, but evidently not

Maybe one day I'll test it with the original. 
I remain cautious with the BBB; it seems to have been manufactured for several years, and I have doubts about the future of this product. Perhaps in 2 or 3 years, it will be unavailable. I don't know


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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by dkulp - Today at 03:19:31 PM
That's compared to the original Beaglebone, not the Beaglebone Black.  
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An interesting disclaimer on the Element 14
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Quote from: windaube on Today at 10:11:33 AMI apologize, I acknowledge that I was a bit mean in my response.
LOL, apology accepted
What hat or cape are you using, that was never mentioned.
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I apologize, I acknowledge that I was a bit mean in my response.

It's really strange, the .img is flashed correctly, I don't touch anything in the original configuration, yet these two original ports don't work. 
The only nuance is that I own a BBB 'element 14' but it's identical to the original BBB.

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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by dkulp - April 14, 2024, 10:55:47 PM
He doesn't say where he got his board from or if he designed it himselft or what.   However, the schematics at http://rgb-123.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/RGBCape48F.pdf clearly show it using P9-28 and P9-29 so the pinout in FPP is definitely correct per their schematics. 
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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by Poporacer - April 14, 2024, 10:42:03 PM
Quote from: MikeKrebs on April 14, 2024, 09:09:58 PMSo then you are saying his hardware is defective with some crossed traces?
I have no idea what the problem is, but AAH, Wally's lights, and Scott Hanson, to name a few, have all made controllers for several years now and they have all worked with FPP and there are probably hundreds of them out there. That is why I am saying his problem was NOT due to untested software as he claimed. 
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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by MikeKrebs - April 14, 2024, 09:09:58 PM
Quote from: Poporacer on April 14, 2024, 08:57:15 PM
Quote from: windaube on April 14, 2024, 10:35:49 AMSo cool to buy licenses for $30 for software that isn't even tested.
There are literally dozens of boards out there that work just fine, I don't think it is a software problem.
So then you are saying his hardware is defective with some crossed traces?
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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by MikeKrebs - April 14, 2024, 09:08:51 PM
Quote from: windaube on April 14, 2024, 10:35:49 AMfinally I found the solution to my problem.
I had to modify the file /opt/fpp/cape/bbb/string/RGBCape48F.json and replace the pins p9-28 and p9-29 with p9-21 p9-22.
How did you find the solution?
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BeagleBone Black Controllers / Re: P9-28 and P9-29 not work
Last post by Poporacer - April 14, 2024, 08:57:15 PM
Quote from: windaube on April 14, 2024, 10:35:49 AMSo cool to buy licenses for $30 for software that isn't even tested.
There are literally dozens of boards out there that work just fine, I don't think it is a software problem.

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