I have just install linux on a another laptop different with the one I used to work with my BeagleBone. After install minicom and run beaglebone, terminal come to the beaglebone login: prompt, I enter root and press enter. There is nothing happens. I am not sure what goings on.
I am not an experience linux user so please give me advice.
I attached the login terminal here.
Thanks in advance!
I had the same effect here...
Take a look at the boot log: Is there a line which says,
that the usb-gadget driver switches the USB to ethernet?
Thang Nguyen <firstname.lastname@example.org> [12-12-20 05:36]:
Now I understand because I used CCS to program and run the console to control the board. It may the problem.
Could you please tell me how to switch it back to USB?
The reason I have to do this is to find out the IP address which I don’t remember and I don’t have access to my old computer anymore.
there simple workaround:
For login in use ssh and dont attach anything to the mini-usb-jack.
If you can compile a kernel yourself, remove the appropiate module --
but you loose this feature also.
You may also try to mount the beaglebone as usb-storage and unmount
it again ("eject drive" (or so) under Windows).
But be warned! I am no usb guru at all...
Thang Nguyen <email@example.com> [12-12-20 16:21]: