QSMP on QSBASE2¶
This guide will help new users to quickly set up our QSMP on QSBASE2 Linux Development Kit.
Detailed information about the QSMP solder-in module itself are available on our website.
When opening the package of the Development Kit you should find the following components inside:
The evaluation board “QSBASE2” with the QSMP module soldered on.
A micro USB cable which is used for power-connection and flashing.
A TTL to USB Serial Converter cable.
Our catalog and the QSMP datasheet.
Connect the QSBASE2 board as shown in the image below.
Connect the TTL to USB Serial Converter cable to the DEBUG UART port on the board, notice the black wire on Pin 1. The other side is connected to your computer.
Connect the micro USB to the board. The other side is also connected with your host computer.
(Optional) connect a network cable.
Verify the Bootmode-jumper is not in Download-Mode. For help see Enabling USB-Bootmode.
Booting, First steps¶
After connecting the micro USB your board will boot.
Your module is pre-programmed with a headless systemd-based Linux. To get terminal access read the next section(s).
TTL to USB Terminal Connection¶
See our FAQ: TTL Converter Terminal Connection.
Re-installing the OS¶
The pre-compiled image files to flash the QSMP on QSBASE2 Development Kit are located in our Download Area.
Download the images and proceed with the STM32CubeProgrammer.
Customizing the OS¶
If you want to use our Yocto Layer, or want to create your own customized Linux distribution, have a look at our Yocto Guide.
Raspberry Pi Touch Display¶
The QSBASE2 Development Kit supports the official Raspberry Pi 7inch Touch Display. The EvalKit can be mounted directly to the display.
The official Product Site of the Raspberry Pi 7inch Touch Display: https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-touch-display/
The sources supporting the Display are integrated our Yocto Layer. Refer to our Yocto Guide.
We also provide a Ready To Use image to flash your QSMP module in our Download Area.