Disable UART0 debugging

FredrickFredrick New Member Posts: 3
Is it possible to use UART0 for any other purposes other than debugging? Can I use UART0 to talk to other uart devices?

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  • DCleriDCleri Administrator, AAEON Posts: 1,015 admin
    The UART0 is a normal UART which can be used also for debugging (e.g. you can boot into the BIOS menu, perform a linux installation, etc.), but not only.

    On ubilinux 4.0 is set as a terminal console but you can easily disable it.
  • FredrickFredrick New Member Posts: 3
    That's great, would you happen to know how I can disable it.
  • XuluMuluXuluMulu New Member Posts: 2

    @DCleri said:
    The UART0 is a normal UART which can be used also for debugging (e.g. you can boot into the BIOS menu, perform a linux installation, etc.), but not only.

    On ubilinux 4.0 is set as a terminal console but you can easily disable it.

    Can you elaborate on how to do this as I have tried to and have not been successful on an UP core board running ubilinux.

  • abhishekgoudarabhishekgoudar New Member Posts: 1

    Any updates on this ? Was anybody able to get UART0 running ?

  • DCleriDCleri Administrator, AAEON Posts: 1,015 admin

    Hi @abhishekgoudar

    If you are using ubilinux, it is not a supported distribution anymore.

    I would suggest to move to one of the supported option (Ubuntu 16.04/18.04 or Yocto if you need more customization and you want to build your own distribution).

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