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BeagleBone Robotic Projects by Richard Grimmett

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Hooking up a keyboard, mouse, and display

The board is now powered on, and you have blinking LEDs. You have been able to access the basic functionality via the USB port. However, you want to do much more. This task will help you accomplish your goals.

Prepare for lift off

Now that you know that your board works and you've verified the connection via the provided USB cable to your computer, you're going to add the peripherals so that it can operate as a standalone computer system. This step is a bit optional, as in the future your projects will be in systems where you won't connect directly to the board with a keyboard, mouse, and display. However, this can be a great learning step and in the off chance, you need to do some debugging on the system. ...

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