Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES project to create an embedded SNES emulating Linux appliance for BeagleBoard-xM hardware has been released as source packages and a downloadable SD card image.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES emulator appliance now supports the BeagleBone Black in addition to the BeagleBoard XM. The Black is a cheaper alternative to the XM ($45 USD vs $149 USD for the XM) with different specifications and a smaller physical footprint designed to compete with the Raspberry PI. Version 0.3 of BeagleSNES also resolves a few issues [...]
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES emulator appliance now supports save snapshots and a variety of other new features, fixes and optimizations. Get your downloads for supported platforms and docs to make your own Super Nintendo emulation machine at BeagleSNES.org
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES Superlative Nintendo emulator appliance has been updated to version 0.5. Here is what has changed: Support for a new display target that uses the 320×240 LCD3 cape by Circuitco. Support for ACRUX, DragonRise, GreenAsia/Pantherlord, I-Force, Sony PS3, X-Box, and ZeroPlus controllers. Moved all ROMs, SRAM saved games, and configuration files to a […]
Jason Kridner is the co-founder of BeagleBoard.org, where he has helped create open source development tools such as BeagleBone Black, BeagleBone, BeagleBoard, and BeagleBoard-xM. Kridner is also a software architecture manager for embedded processors at Texas Instruments (TI).
The BeagleBoard.org Foundation is a US-based 501(c) non-profit corporation existing to provide education in and promotion of the design and use of open-source software and hardware in embedded computing. BeagleBoard.org provides a forum for the owners and developers of open-source software and hardware to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience.
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I’ve been struggling for days trying to get this to work.
My host environment is Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit.
My target is an embedded ARM Linux (AM335x EVMSK)
My target’s root is an NFS export at /home/steve/ti-sdk-am335x-evm-07.00.00.00/targetNFS
My sysroot is at /ti-sdk-am335x-evm-07.00.00.00/linux-devkit/sysroots/cortexa8hf-vfp-neo
I've used the Yocto project to build a simple linux for my Beagleboard xM (Rev C). I used the "beagleboard" machine setting and a "core-image-basic" recipe. I don't need a GUI or any dev tools, just support for the onboard network hardware plus additional USB-Ethernet adaptors.
The build works OK, and I managed to set up my micro SD card and get it to boot.