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serial console: fix typo in terminal settings (15200->115200) and add voltage level
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(serial console: fix typo in terminal settings (15200->115200) and add voltage level)
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*** 2x 5V Output
*** 2x 5V Output
*** 1x I2C
*** 1x I2C
*** 2x UART
*** 2x UART (3.3V)
*** 2x PWM
*** 2x PWM
*** 1x SPI
*** 1x SPI
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Although [https://www.armbian.com/download/?device_support=No+official+support+(CSC) not officially supported] it enables the usage of Debian and Ubuntu.
Although [https://www.armbian.com/download/?device_support=No+official+support+(CSC) not officially supported] it enables the usage of Debian and Ubuntu.


A serial console can be established with 152008N1 (no hardware flow control). Login credentials are as usual in Armbian (login: root, password: 1234).
A serial console can be established with 1152008N1 (no hardware flow control). Login credentials are as usual in Armbian (login: root, password: 1234).


Motion daemon can be enabled using systemctl (With root) <code>systemctl enable motion</code>. Set the video settings in /etc/motion/motion.conf to 640x480 15fps YU12. Then just reboot. Note that motion currently takes considerable resources on the pinecube, so you'll want to stop it when doing things like apt upgrade and apt update with <code>systemctl stop motion</code> and then <code>systemctl start motion</code>
Motion daemon can be enabled using systemctl (With root) <code>systemctl enable motion</code>. Set the video settings in /etc/motion/motion.conf to 640x480 15fps YU12. Then just reboot. Note that motion currently takes considerable resources on the pinecube, so you'll want to stop it when doing things like apt upgrade and apt update with <code>systemctl stop motion</code> and then <code>systemctl start motion</code>
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==== Serial connection using screen and the woodpecker USB serial device ====
==== Serial connection using screen and the woodpecker USB serial device ====


First connect the woodpecker USB serial device to the PineCube. Pin 1 on the PineCube has a small white dot on the PCB - this should be directly next to the microusb power connection. Attach the GND pin on the woodpecker to pin 6 (GND) on the PineCube, TXD from the woodpecker to pin 10 (UART_RXD) on the PineCube, and RXD from the woodpecker to pin 8 (UART_TXD) on the PineCube.
First set the woodpecker's S1 jumper to 3V3. Then connect the woodpecker USB serial device to the PineCube. Pin 1 on the PineCube has a small white dot on the PCB - this should be directly next to the microusb power connection. Attach the GND pin on the woodpecker to pin 6 (GND) on the PineCube, TXD from the woodpecker to pin 10 (UART_RXD) on the PineCube, and RXD from the woodpecker to pin 8 (UART_TXD) on the PineCube.


On the host system which has the woodpecker USB serial device attached, it is possible to run screen and to communicate directly with the PineCube:
On the host system which has the woodpecker USB serial device attached, it is possible to run screen and to communicate directly with the PineCube:
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