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Getting Started Guide for OMAP35x EVM DVSDK can be acceded from [[http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/OMAP35x_DVEVM_Getting_Started_Guide here]]
 
Getting Started Guide for OMAP35x EVM DVSDK can be acceded from [[http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/OMAP35x_DVEVM_Getting_Started_Guide here]]
  
==GNU/Linux & bootloader==
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The linux kernel and the bootloader versions are listed below :
 
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====OMAP Linux Kernel 2.6.32(Linux kernel version)====
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*OMAP Linux Kernel 2.6.32(Linux kernel version)
*The baseline was chosen from a psp branch  from Texas Instruments : [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/sources/ ansgstrom distribution]
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**The baseline was chosen from a psp branch  from Texas Instruments : [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/sources/ ansgstrom distribution]
*You can get the kernel [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/sources/git_arago-project.org.git.people.sriram.ti-psp-omap.git_627293ad28604b22612f9a4a318f64cfab241e22.tar.gz here]
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**You can get the kernel [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/sources/git_arago-project.org.git.people.sriram.ti-psp-omap.git_627293ad28604b22612f9a4a318f64cfab241e22.tar.gz here]
  
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The git version from this u-boot can be obtained from [http://git.denx.de/?p=u-boot.git;a=summary here]
 
The git version from this u-boot can be obtained from [http://git.denx.de/?p=u-boot.git;a=summary here]
  
====Toolchain 2009-q1-203====
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*Toolchain 2009-q1-203
 
The kernel and U-Boot have been compiled with CodeSourcery GNU Toolchain for [http://www.codesourcery.com/sgpp/lite/arm/portal/release858 ARM Processors 2009-q1-203 ] based on GCC 4.3.3
 
The kernel and U-Boot have been compiled with CodeSourcery GNU Toolchain for [http://www.codesourcery.com/sgpp/lite/arm/portal/release858 ARM Processors 2009-q1-203 ] based on GCC 4.3.3
  

Revision as of 14:06, 18 July 2011

General Information

Release Information

  • Product Name: Evaluation SDK for Gumstix Overo OMAP35x TOBI Board.
  • Version: NOT AVAILABLE.
  • Date: 07-18-11.
  • Download link: NOT AVAILABLE .

Copyright Notice ©

This document and the software described in it are furnished under license with RidgeRun, and as such, may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of the license. The contents of this document are furnished for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. RidgeRun, assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may exist in this document. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, without the prior written consent of RidgeRun.

Please read the full license agreement for the RidgeRun Evaluation SDKs .

Trademarks

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Revision History

Date Revision Comments
07-18-11 1 Initial Version

Documentation

General SDK documentation:

Gumstix Overo OMAP35x Board related documentation:

What's New?

Differences between the EVAL SDK and Professional SDK

The EVAL SDK 2011Q2 is based on the Professional SDK 2011Q2 but it has been added some limitations. The main differences between both SDK versions are listed below:

Table 2. Differences between EVAL SDK and Professional SDK release 2011Q2
Feature EVAL SDK Professional SDK
GStreamer plugins Yes Yes
DVSDK 4 support Yes Yes
H264 Platinum Encoding Yes Yes
NAND support Yes Yes
JFFS2 support Yes Yes
UBIFS support No Yes
Can be used to develop commercial products No Yes
Can be used for personal or education proposes Yes Yes
RidgeRun's professional support No Yes

Supported Operating Systems

Linux Distribution Ubuntu 9.04, 9.10, 10.04 and 10.10 in 32 bits and 64 bits.

Setting up extra components

SDK Details

Hardware

Integration with DSVDK

This board support the DVSDK 3.01.00 3.01.00.06 Product

This release of the DVSDK 3.01 product supports OMAP3525 and OMAP3530 platforms.

This DVSDK, coupled with the Platform Support Package for Linux, gives developers the ability to evaluate the hardware and software capabilities of the OMAP3525 and OMAP3530 platforms.

The Build date: 04-07-2010

Getting Started Guide for OMAP35x EVM DVSDK can be acceded from [here]

GNU/Linux & bootloader

The linux kernel and the bootloader versions are listed below :

  • OMAP Linux Kernel 2.6.32(Linux kernel version)
  • u-boot v2010.06

The git version from this u-boot can be obtained from here

  • Toolchain 2009-q1-203

The kernel and U-Boot have been compiled with CodeSourcery GNU Toolchain for ARM Processors 2009-q1-203 based on GCC 4.3.3

Required Hardware

Palo43

Features:

  • LCD-ready for 4.3" LG touch-screen
  • Touchscreen controller
  • Provides 24 bits per pixel
  • USB mini-AB with OTG signals
  • USB mini-A connector with USB Host signals
  • USB mini-B console port
  • Signals available on 0.100" through-holes at 1.8V logic
  • Stereo audio in
  • Stereo audio out

Power:

  • 4V to 5.5V input

Connections:

  • (2) 70-pin connectors: AVX 5602 series
  • 40-pin header (not populated)
  • Two (2) two-wire serial ports
  • One 1-wire port
  • 6 PWM lines
  • I2C port
  • SPI bus
  • 6 A/D input lines
  • Processor control signals

Size:

  • 118.3mm x 67.25mm

ChestNuk43

Features:

  • LCD-ready for 4.3" LG touch-screen
  • Provides 24 bits per pixel
  • Touchscreen controller
  • 10/100baseT Ethernet
  • USB standard A for USB Host
  • USB mini-AB with OTG signals
  • USB mini-B connector with USB for serial console
  • Stereo audio in
  • Stereo audio out
  • Signals available on 0.100" through-holes at 1.8V logic

Power:

  • 5V input

Recommended Hardware

LG 4.3 inch LCD Touch Screen

Features:

  • 4.3" diagonal screen. WQVGA (480x272 pixels), max 8 bits each of R,G,B* touch screen panel

Connection:

  • connects directly to 4.3" LCD-ready Gumstix Overo expansion boards.

Power:

    • Fully supplied at various voltages by any Gumstix Overo LCD-ready expansion boards

Dimensions:

  • 105.5 x 67.2 x 3.9mm
  • display is: 95.04 x 53.856mm

LG part number:

  • LB043WQ2

What's Supported

The SDK package supports the following components:

  • Gstreamer
  • Gst-dmai plugins
  • dvsdk 3.01.00.06
  • U-Boot supporting NAND, MMC boot modes
  • X-loader supporting NAND, MMC boot modes
  • Pre-built binaries for X-loader, U-Boot, Linux kernel and filesystem.
  • Linux Kernel and device drivers:
    • Audio (McBSP)
    • Ethernet
    • MUSB host supporting MSC, HID and USB Audio
    • NAND
    • MMC/SD/SDIO
    • UART
    • I2C
    • TouchScreen (NOT TESTED)

What's Not Supported

Following are not supported:

  • NOR support

Known Bugs

Support Information

This SDK doesn't include support services.

  • RidgeRun Developer SDK for Gumstix Overo OMAP35x Board provides handful of debug and profile tools, professional Linux development support and a wider range of OMAP35x drivers.
  • Contact RidgeRun at inquiries@ridgerun.com for information and pricing on Developers SDK for Gumstix Overo OMAP35x Board platforms.

A mailing list for questions and inquiries on the Evaluation RidgeRun SDK is available at mailing list