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Configuring and activating a network OES Prime image comes with pre-installed NetworkManager so that you can use nmcli console tool to manage your wifi connections. Firstly, log into your OES Prime via serial console or ethernet to add the network. root@OES Prime-S1:~# You can list all available networks by typing: nmcli device wifi list It […]

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usb-ethernet

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OES Prime Dev Board has a USB OTG port which allows connecting your PC to OES Prime using a USB cable. You will see a new Ethernet interface, OES Prime IP address is “`192.168.2.15“`. On Linux: “`bash enp0s20u1u4u1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr a6:4b:bf:d4:03:1b inet addr:192.168.2.161 Bcast:192.168.2.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::5228:9764:110d:2ec4/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 […]

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Connection with internal USB to UART converter OES Prime devboard has a USB-Serial converter. To enable it set a jumper on UART pins (URX0 and UTX0) and plug in Micro-USB cable to POWER CONSOLE port on OES Prime. Connection with external USB to UART converter You can connect to OES Prime using an external USB […]

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OES Prime Developer Board has an internal 10/100 Ethernet PHY which allows connecting OES Prime to your PC using an Ethernet cable. You need to set IP addresses to your PC and OES Prime. Configuration Linux/MacOS OES Prime configuration: Machine IP address OES Prime 192.168.10.1 Linux/MacOS PC 192.168.10.2 Stop NetworkManager to release the Ethernet interface […]

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connectivity

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You can use one of the following options to connect to OES Prime. Serial This is the perfect choice for debugging which allows you to see the kernel log on startup and doesn’t depend on sshd service. You need additional jumpers or USB to UART converter to connect to a device over serial. USB-Ethernet For […]

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WiFi Access Point

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Configuring and activating an access point #!/bin/bash SSID=”NeutisN5″ PASSWORD=”12345678″ nmcli con add type wifi ifname wlan0 con-name $SSID autoconnect no ssid $SSID nmcli con modify $SSID 802-11-wireless.mode ap 802-11-wireless.band bg wifi-sec.key-mgmt wpa-psk wifi-sec.proto rsn wifi-sec.pairwise ccmp wifi-sec.group ccmp wifi-sec.psk $PASSWORD ipv4.method shared ipv4.addresses 192.168.42.1/24 ipv6.method ignore nmcli con up $SSID

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UART

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UART example OES Prime has 5 available UART ports: Port Device TX Pin RX Pin UART0 /dev/ttyS0 PA4 PA5 UART1 /dev/ttyS1 PG6 PG7 UART2 /dev/ttyS2 PA0 PA1 UART3 /dev/ttyS3 PA13 PA14 S_UART /dev/ttyS4 PL2 PL3 In this example, we are going to perform a loopback test by sending data to a TX pin and receiving […]

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SPI LCD Display

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SPI display can be connected to OES Prime module via SPI interface. In this example, we connect HY-1.8 SPI TFT display(160×128) to OES Prime Developer board. We’re going to use SPI0, PA9 and PA10 to control the display, but you can practice with SPI1 and other GPIO pins as well. Just make sure that overlay […]

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SPI

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SPI Example In this example, we demonstrate how to control OES Prime’ SPI interface. We’re going to use SPI0, but you can practice with SPI1 as well. Just make sure that overlay for SPI1 is enabled in your /boot/Env.txt and you’re using the right pins. Connect 5 required wires (GND, CS0, CLK0, MISO0, MOSI0) to […]

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Secure Chip

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OES Prime features tamper-resistant dedicated crypto chip (ATECC508A) for storing cryptographic keys, unique ID, random number generation and more. The ATECC508A can generate high-quality FIPS random numbers, each of them is guaranteed to be essentially unique from all numbers ever generated on this or any other device. This examples demonstrates how to generate random numbers. […]