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  1. There is a debug port on pcDuino8 Uno which can used to access system directly as command line mode. You just only use a USB UART cable to connect to this port, when system is up, system initialization information will print to this port and also you can use it to log in Ubuntu. It seemly like an Linux terminal and you can control the whole system without screen, keyboard or mouse. Very convenient, isn’t it? The following part will tell you how to use this debug port. 1. Get a USB UART cable I use this PL2303 USB UART cable, and the details has been shown in the following ta
  2. There is a debug port on pcDuino8 Uno which can used to access system directly as command line mode. You just only use a USB UART cable to connect to this port, when system is up, system initialization information will print to this port and also you can use it to log in Ubuntu. It seemly like an Linux terminal and you can control the whole system without screen, keyboard or mouse. Very convenient, isn’t it? The following part will tell you how to use this debug port. 1. Get a USB UART cable I use this PL2303 USB UART cable, and the details has been shown in the following ta
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