A huge thank-you to all the backers who made this campaign a success! This update includes a detailed tutorial on how to get Jupiter Nano—running NuttX—onto a Wi-Fi network. Read the full update.
This update is about compiling NuttX for the Jupiter Nano. It builds on last week's update on just running NuttX. Today, we'll learn about how to compile it from scratch, get it onto the board, run, configure, and debug it. Read the full update.
Today's update is a quick tour of booting NuttX on Jupiter Nano and getting networking set up. Read the full update.
Jupiter Nano can run Linux, both Debian Linux 9.x (Stretch) and Yocto Linux. In this update, we'll go over the steps needed to run Debian Linux. Read the full update.
I'm going to host an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Crowd Supply's Discord channel this Wednesday, the 11th of August, at 1pm PT (20:00 UTC). If you are interested in Jupiter Nano, have questions about it, want to see if it's a good fit for your project, or wonder what went in to building a piece of open source hardware and getting it launched, please use the Discord invite link in this update to join us. Read the full update.
The Jupiter Nano campaign is fully funded (134% as of right now), and I promised to release the hardware design files and software as open source if that happened, so...here are those links! Read the full update.
Here's an introduction to Jupiter Nano, why I built it, and what its super powers are. Good technology products have things they are great at, and of course things that they are not. Jupiter Nano is no different. Read the full update.
We are happy to announce that the Jupiter Nano campaign is live. Please check out our crowdfunding page to learn more. In the coming weeks, we’ll be posting lots of detailed information about Jupiter Nano. We’ll also be hosting an AMA on Crowd Supply’s Discord channel, so stay tuned! Read the full update.