Euler Bus
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What is the Euler
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(01-25-2016, 07:23 PM)hrh1818 Wrote: What is the Euler

Have a look at this thread:

http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=190

Not a complete answer by any means, but a decent enough starting point.
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Thank you SkairkrohBule for your help. I asked my question because with a name like Euler it may mean it was a special purpose bus. Just like the names CAN bus and SCSI bus are the names of special purpose buses. It appears the name Euler bus has no special significance and it is just a general purpose bus .

I admire your productivity SkairkrohBule.

hrh1818
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Quick little neat Link here to a blogpost on the Pine64 that TL Lim put up a link for it has a picture that helped me learn more about the Euler Bus
http://blog.hypriot.com/post/the-pine-a6...un-Docker/
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(01-28-2016, 11:16 PM)hrh1818 Wrote: Thank you SkairkrohBule for your help.  I asked my question because with a name like Euler it may mean it was a special purpose bus.  Just like the names CAN bus and SCSI bus are the names of special purpose buses.  It appears the name Euler bus has no special significance and it is just a general purpose bus .  

I admire your productivity SkairkrohBule.  

hrh1818

Pi and Euler are two mathematics number. The PINE words comes from "Pi" "and" "e". Since the first bus call 'Pi", then the second bus call "euler"
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