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extra 2 usb2 ports

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where do i plug the 3 pin extra bit that hangs off the extra 2 usb ports that came in the kit.

i'm assuming its pins 2(+5v),4(+5v),6(common)

2 x UP board, 4GB RAM + 64 GB eMMC w/ vesa case
1x UP Squared Pentium Quad Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC w/ vesa case
1x UP Core Plus E3950, 8GB RAM, 64GB EMMC+ Net Plus i210-IT
1x Dell Power Edge R510
2x Dell Power Edge R610

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  • Andrew Hays
    Andrew Hays New Member Posts: 45 ✭✭
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    I think I've found my answer.

    https://up-community.org/wiki/Serial_console#Using_the_provided_adapter

    the 3 pin plug is the terminal connection??

    2 x UP board, 4GB RAM + 64 GB eMMC w/ vesa case
    1x UP Squared Pentium Quad Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC w/ vesa case
    1x UP Core Plus E3950, 8GB RAM, 64GB EMMC+ Net Plus i210-IT
    1x Dell Power Edge R510
    2x Dell Power Edge R610

  • DCleri
    DCleri Administrator, AAEON Posts: 1,213 admin
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    Yes that is the debug uart, you can use to install ubilinux via serial and also to access the bios menu
  • Andrew Hays
    Andrew Hays New Member Posts: 45 ✭✭
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    thanks...
    i haven't looked at ubilinux yet.. i wanted to see how well the full server distro of ubuntu ran first. i might try widows 10 next. then maybe a thin client, to compare that to my Rpi3.

    2 x UP board, 4GB RAM + 64 GB eMMC w/ vesa case
    1x UP Squared Pentium Quad Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC w/ vesa case
    1x UP Core Plus E3950, 8GB RAM, 64GB EMMC+ Net Plus i210-IT
    1x Dell Power Edge R510
    2x Dell Power Edge R610

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