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#13 No pinout for the 40-pin connector

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nobody
Bug (9)
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2009-10-30
2009-10-30
Anonymous
No

Your site lack structure and ha LOTS of broken links.

After about 10 minutes of searching (was that not unceccsarily long?) for
the pinout of the 40-pin soldering connector on the TOBI i found:
http://www.gumstix.net/Documentation/view/Hardware-Feature-Overview-Sheets/Expansion-boards-for-Overo-Feature-Overview-Cabling-Information/109.html
that leads to to:
http://www.gumstix.net/Hardware/view/Hardware/Summit-board-40-pin-header/112.html
BINGO i thought... but No...

this page seems to be either a 404, though not marked as such, or just
there to annoy your custumers since it just leads back to the documentation root, please fix this.

Discussion


  • Anonymous
    2009-10-30

    • labels: --> Bug
     

  • Anonymous
    2009-10-30

    After googling for the page name i found:
    http://www.gumstix.net/Hardware/view/I/O-connectors-cabling/Gumstix-Summit-board-40-pin-header-SV1/112.html

    please update the link in the documentation, and pleas mark 404s as souch ie "Sorry we could not find the document (again) please try browising information database"

     
  • Don A.
    Don A.
    2009-11-12

    The 40-pin header SV1 is common to several Gumstix Overo expansion boards: Summit, Tobi, Palo, Chestnut boards.

    Documentation at www.gumstix.net has been updated to correct any mistakes, as identified here.