Thank you to everyone who helped me get my gumstix working the way I
need it to be.
(Patrick D, Dave H, Craig H)
Here's some info *newbie* users NEED to know when setting up the
audiostix2 on a gumstix.
It is all here so users don't need to search many pages to setup
audiostix with gumstix.
1) enable mmc by editing the modules file in /etc (using command
It should look like this...
# MMC support -- uncomment the next two lines to enable MMC if not
#Compact Flash support -- comment next line to disable CF if using
2) My gumstix shipped to me WITHOUT support for gpio 0 - 9 on audiostix.
It was added in a later build.
You'll need to upgrade to a newer kernel. See gumstix website for
Setting up a linux machine to build a gumstix kernel took way more
time than it should have.
Many packages needed to be downloaded.
If you do not want to build your own kernel, you can download one
here (no c++ support I think):
3) gpio /proc/gpio entries will not show up until the audio is enabled
I copied the S50httpd script in /etc/init.d and renamed it to
S60audio and added those 2 lines in the start area.
Now when I boot, the audio is always enabled. (Btw, the lines above
are different when using the older boards.
4) to set a gpio as input use echo "in" > /proc/gpio/UCB1400-0-0
(where last digit is gpio number)
So use echo "out clear" > /proc/gpio/UCB1400-0-1 (to set gpio 1
as output and clear the line)
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