A set of C++ classes and PERL modules to abstract the hardware operations on the BeagleBone.

Currently supports Angstrom O/S.

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  • Grease job! I don't though see any PWM part, only GPIO! I think I saw somewhere that it has PWM as well

  • @Mark: that depends on the configuration specifying the data directory for your HTTP server. In my instruction for installing thttpd, the config file shows that location to be "/srv/www". That would imply your CGI script would be located in /srv/www/cgi-bin/test.pl

  • My question is just where do I place the perl file at? Normally I would think that it would be in the cgi-bin directory so I can then browser to 192.168.7.2/cgi-bin/test.pl, but I cannot find a directory named that. And if I place it in the directory /var/lib/cloud9/bone101 it just prints out my complete code on the web browser but does not actually get executed.

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2012-09-25