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For more details see Chapter 25 [https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/7799333672416/snickerdoodle-book.pdf here].
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For more details see Chapter 25 [[The_Snickerdoodle_Book_Original|here]].

Latest revision as of 16:23, 20 January 2021

Linux

Introduction

An extremely convenient way to work with Snickerdoodle is through a baseboard. Baseboards can be used for everything from exposing the I/O to easy to access pin headers (i. e., the breakyBreaky breakyout board) to providing fully integrated hardware interfaces (e. g., HDMI, Ethernet, motor controllers/drivers). The connectors down configuration, referenced in Chapter 2 .

25. breakyBreaky

For more details see Chapter 25 here.