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Part Number: DLPC2607
Hello E2E Users,
If you are looking for the latest BeagleBone Black Drivers for use with DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2000 EVM, please refer to the Debian release below:
> BBB-blank-debian-8.9-lxqt-4gb-armhf-2017-08-01-4gb.imgThis image will always write to the eMMC flash on the BBB and install the Debian OS onto it. You are supposed to boot the system once with the SD card inside, then remove the SD card and boot without the SD card every time afterwards.> bone-debian-8.9-lxqt-4gb-armhf-2017-08-01-4gb.imgThis image boots directly to the operating system and runs off of the SD card. System files are saved to the SD card instead of the eMMC flash. You need to have the SD card inserted every time you boot with this image.
After downloading and installing the provided Debian distro to your BeagleBone Black, please refer to the DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2000 EVM for more information on interfacing between your BeagleBone Black and the EVM.
We have received customer feedback that newer distributions of Debian (Stretch, 9.1) have had issues with loading this EVM's drivers. Until the root cause of this is identified, we recommend using the latest version of Debian confirmed to work with our EVM (Jessie, 8.9).
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