I am new to ideas once again. With all the changes and keeping up slowly, I am at a standstill right now…
B. Does anyone want to update, beagleboard.org people mostly here or others if mentioned, or upgrade to newer kernels, DTS files, and u-boot for specific images?
C. I see that 5.10.x-ti-unified is good and working and I was seeing if the newer kernels, without poking around recently, carries the am335x style of Beagleboard.org SoC and SiP boards with the updated kernels.
A. Nice set of boards recently but where are all the ideas relative to them…
B. I am searching ideas online and not finding what I would find from older boards like the BBB.
C. None in particular, outside of the BeagleV-Ahead, BeagleV-Fire, and BeagleBone-AI64, but in general is how I am searching.
I keep reading how people, general use people like me and others I am sure, can make strides to prevent older and newer boards from
A. Like me, I have not come across a way to make income from working with boards, I am sure other people may want to learn how to use some type of talents in their field of choice.
B. How would utilizing a board with Yocto work out in the field of, say, gas sensing and/or liquid measuring?
C. Would, for instance,
Ieven use Yocto or would I use Buildroot for making kernels, u-boot or whatever for booting, kernel FS use, and how would I go about this idea?
- The evidence I am missing is all related to how FS works.
- I have read how to put a small build together to a certain point.
- I am no magician or superior user yet. I am just still learning.
And this why, 1 - 3 from just above and not the Old News and New News tally, I am writing to understand more. Does a Debian Distro constitute for more FS usage with ease or is Yocto too hard to port onto a board for usage? By usage here, I mean for using GPIO and other peripherals available on the Beagleboard.org branded merchandise with TI chips and the newer boards without the TI chips like the PolarFire and TH1520.
General, yes. Obvious ways to overcome my lack of understanding by you, yes. To me, not so much, I think a well rounded understanding is okay but not technical enough to handle what is available.
Is there anyone in the WWW that still holds face-to-face or online-to-face
particulars that a group can reside into for learning more?
I mean…not pushing the .org, beagleboard.org, to take 100% of the wrench here but I think it would be neat for income attempts if there were enough people on board with an idea like this one.
Not so much of a school setting but a…dang it. What are they called? Not tutors…
Dang…okay. Well, just some ideas to float around and get grounded over here. Seminar maybe but that is not the actual term I am describing. Work-based initiatives is close but not the actual phrasing.
Anyway, thank you for reading if you did…
P.S. So, from newer kernels on the BBB for instance to work based programs for people looking to learn, group work maybe, I am just trying to understand how to go about learning more.
I have seen some programs like with Udemy but I am not sure if they are 100% based around beagleboard.org nor are they even registered with being able to use your Logo on specific tasks revolving around the kernel, u-boot, and newer building for specific boards like the BeagleV-Ahead/Fire.
I saw some traveling ideas from a company but it seemed like it was too popular for me to handle. Parties and things are not my way of having fun. That is me…and. Well, if some person or a couple of people could teach particulars involving Linux kernel builds with or without Yocto/Buildroot, I think that would be good.
I saw the older models of such an action with building around the am335x. I am not asking for first permissions but a group of people with like minds for whom are basing their learning around Linux and specific chips or a general chip idea if possible.
Blah. Okay, that is all for now.