I have never been able to get audio input working via USB. Has anyone else?
Posts made by Jonathan Rizzo
Using the toolchain to build executable with a configure script
I am looking to build a few executables with the toolchain, but I am unsure how because the application uses a configure script. I saw this post but these were applications without a configure script. The application I want to built is vlfrx-tools and I want to build vtcard, vttime, and vtcat. The configure script options I need to use are --with-hardfloat --without-vorbis --without-flac --without-resample --without-curses --without-shout --without-x11. I don't want to make a package, I just want to build those executables and I'll scp them over. How should I go about doing this?
RE: Available UARTs
Thank you for the reply! What solution would you have then, for use of multiple USB devices or more than one serial device for a battery powered application? Possibly this SoC wasn't made for applications for that, but maybe expansion boards could be made with USB hub controllers and a connection for an external power supply. I certainly would pay the extra cost.
It was not clear in the documentation, but how many UARTs are available on the Onion Omega? I know there is one, but is there more?
Reason being is that I noticed the GPS expansion uses USB and obviously uses a USB serial port, but my application requires a USB port for audio capture via USB sound card. So I need GPS and USB audio.
Was the reason for the decision to use a USB serial port on the GPS expansion because the Omega only has one UART? None of this is clear in the limited documentation.