In order to complete a project I am working on I need to take what is all breadboarded up and turn it into a PiCrust (tm,R etc. :) ;) ) Thats what I call boards that have 40 GPIO connector to plug onto the Pi itself.
Now what I need to is come up with a means to get all this stuff on my lab desk and breadboards into the stuff that Advanced PCBneeds to create the PCB, populate it, its mostly blank, there is module that needs to have 2 rows of pins to plug it in, these come from another supplier prefab'd. The board is just wires into the GPIO connectors for 5V, I2S etc...
So what I am looking for is SOFTWARE etc. to do this.
NOTE: I use ONLY, ABSOLUTELY ONLY LINUX, period. I do not use, do not have access to any non Linux systems. My work and personal systems are LINUX ONLY. It can run on a PI2/3 or it can run on KUbuntu 12.04, or 14.04 preferred, but16.04 if I have to... I don't do WINE, I don't do VM's of non *Nix/BSD, so none of that is an option. I don't care if the software is open source. So long as it is EITHER FREE or VERY CHEAP!
So with the above understanding...
With this in mind what software etc. do I need to go from my hand sribbles and the breadboard mess to finished board, I plug into the Pi's, and stuff the other board into it, and go..
I am using Advanced PCB as an example, any other similar firms with US OPERATIONS, is fine.
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