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April 15, 2014 AT 11:00 am

Cross Platform Development on the BeagleBone Black with Eclipse #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg

YouTube user Embedded at Plymouth shows us how to build, deploy and debug code on a BeagleBone Black.

720p Video from my course on embedded systems at Plymouth University (UK).

Using Eclipse on Ubuntu 12.04 to seamlessly build, deploy and debug code on a Beaglebone Black running Angström 2013.09.04.

I’ve installed Eclipse Kepler and the CDT manually. However, for a quick setup, installing the following packages with get you a working setup:

build-essential
gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi
gdb-multiarch
eclipse-cdt

On Ubunto 12.04LTS, this will install Eclipse Indigo (and not Kepler). This is fine and seems to work just as well.

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1 Comment

  1. Wow! That is a huge leap from the TurboC IDE I would run from a floppy disk.

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