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by Kphillis
Wed Jun 20, 2012 5:10 pm
Forum: General discussion
Topic: microUSB data lines
Replies: 11
Views: 5081

Re: microUSB data lines

I believe that having microusb data lines should be well within the pricing of Model A seeing as how there is no usb hub and no built in lan to mess with. As for Model B, This could be resolved by adding about $2 to $3 to the price at most by looking at redesigning the board a little bit. However, I...
by Kphillis
Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:57 am
Forum: General discussion
Topic: microUSB data lines
Replies: 11
Views: 5081

Re: microUSB data lines

This is so that developers can learn how to write drivers that would allow the board to easily communicate with a desktop pc over a single usb port For that, http://minimususb.com/ may be a better device - only costs a fiver! (but doesn't run Linux, obviously) The best way of communicating between ...
by Kphillis
Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:50 pm
Forum: General discussion
Topic: microUSB data lines
Replies: 11
Views: 5081

Re: microUSB data lines

If anything, I would say that having usb otg support requires one of two approaches... Add some circuitry to disable the usb hub/lan port combination, and then reroute around this. That's exactly what the ModelA will do ;) Make use of the many unused GPIO ports, and perform one of two tasks... add ...
by Kphillis
Tue Jun 19, 2012 2:30 am
Forum: General discussion
Topic: microUSB data lines
Replies: 11
Views: 5081

Re: microUSB data lines

I wouldn't jump the gun just yet... microUSB data lines for USB OTG usage would be extremely useful in the case where an end user can't make use of the onboard usb as easily. When I look at the Raspberry PI pinouts[1] i spot that there is three key things not connected. These things could easily all...
by Kphillis
Sun May 13, 2012 3:34 am
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way
Replies: 151
Views: 146299

Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way

Just out of curiosity, why do you have to change the QEMU command line (adding the -L and -k options)? I.e., if it was working OK inside the emulation (once you did the various dpkg reconfigure thingies), why would you need to exit, change the command line, and re-run QEMU? In any case, it worked f...
by Kphillis
Sat May 12, 2012 9:43 pm
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way
Replies: 151
Views: 146299

Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way

I gave some locale configuration a try, and it still resists fixing my keyboard layout... Anyways, Here's a step by step I tried: step 1) Run the Virtual machine, and login. step 2) Run the following command sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales step 3) Find the Locale you have, and in my case, I scrolled d...
by Kphillis
Sat May 12, 2012 2:42 am
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way
Replies: 151
Views: 146299

Re: Emulating Raspberry Pi in Windows the easy way

<t>I was giving the emulation a try, and checked out the site. Would it be possible to place the code for Qemu on the website along with the possible compilation instructions?<br/> <br/> Edit: I tried to use the basic shell commands and found the keyboard mapping is off... For example, when i ran th...
by Kphillis
Tue May 08, 2012 3:41 am
Forum: Beginners
Topic: Raspberry Pi - Qemu with OpenGL ES Support?
Replies: 0
Views: 2231

Re: Raspberry Pi - Qemu with OpenGL ES Support?

<r>I have read the various posts throughout the forum about using the Raspberrry PI and QEMU, and I noticed that there is no definite guide on how to use the Raspberry PI on the emulator with OpenGL ES support. Currently I do know that QEMU has support for OpenGL ES on a desktop when the hardware is...

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