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Osso: how i mount it

Osso is an expansion cape board for beaglebone black i built and sell. This is how i mount components on the in-house built ready to mount PCB:

First, i spread some fluxant on the to-be-solder side of the PCB and …

CloudTC Glass IP 1000: “android based” ip voip phone, geek point of view.

Some time ago i’ve discovered thanks to i can’t remember who/what something that’s looks like a very interesting voip phone: a CloudTC Glass 1000, something like a mix between a tablet and a voip phone.

As i need to …

OpenWRT on routerboard 439G

Today i received a Mikrotik Routerboard 493G, and i’m trying to use it with openwrt.

Basically using the same method of my previous post for rb450g it boot and a lot of things are working out of the box.

I’ve …

Routerboard 450G and Linux – Part 2

After booting openwrt in the yesterday post, i found some problems with openwrt in routerboard 450g. The three more important and evident issues are:

  • OpenWRT don’t see the NAND flash at all
  • OpenWRT see only 128 MB of RAM instead

Routerboard 450G and Linux

Recently Mikrotik has released a new board, the routerboard 450G, something like an upgraded version of the 450 more powerfull and cheap.

Routerboard 450G assembled

Routerboard 450G

It is an atheros 7161 @680 Mhz based board, with 256 megs of RAM, 512 megs of NAND …

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