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Posted on March 28, 2013 by shawn.blais, No Comments Over at TreeFortress we’ve put together a massive dev update for our upcoming game Bardbarian. To read all about it, check out the TreeFortress blog!
After a couple of months of searching, reading, patching, and compiling, I finally have managed to get a build of linux working on the BeagleBone with userland SPI that you can access through the file system. The path was paved for me by an excellent tutorial by Brian Hensley on how to get the BeagleBone’s big brother, the BeagleBoard xM running with userland SPI . I figured out how to modify his instructions for the bone and combined it with a patch by Craig Berscheidt I found on the BeagleBoard mailing list (which I had to re-create for the 3.2 kernel).