Sample applications demonstrate how to execute Linux commands, modify the SIO-Agent, and work with partitions on the SD card.
|AN-111||Demonstrates how to execute Linux commands from within the QML application, then using these commands, how to access the I2C bus on a display module.||12/22/2015||AN-111|
|AN-112||Demonstrates how to use the CAN-agent in place of the SIO-agent on a G2C1 module.||12/22/2015||AN-112|
|AN-117||Demonstrates how to create an additional partition, or extend/re-size an existing partition, on all modules SD card using the Linux GParted utility.||01/08/2016||AN-117|
|AN-121||Shows how to replace the standard SIO-agent with an Ethernet I/O agent (EIO-agent).||01/29/2016||AN-121|
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