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This thread has been locked. Have you retested the performance with this component bypassed or shorted?
You must create a Config file and a Makefile. Run the following u-boot commands in order to set your environment. Menu Search through millions of questions and answers User.
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May 27, Ask a related question Ask a new question. If you don’t know how to integrate your application or in this case the example application into the SDK that is, how to configure and create the build files Makefile and Config file and how to set up your application to be compiled, you can see How to add my application to the SDK and Integrating applications in the SDK.
Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account. In that case, the basic hardware is reduced to the serial cable adapter, the USB cable adapter shown with the number 2 in the Figure 2 and the LeopardBoard DM as is shown in the next figure. Can any body give me some advice? Please note as of Wednesday, August 15th, this wiki has been set to read only.
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Before connect your LeopardBoard DM to your computer or to start it alone, it is necessary to set up the boot source, that is done by setting the boot control dip switch on the LeopardBoard to the respective boot mode.
This command will compile only the file system directory in which you will find your d3m55.
You can download the kernel and the filesystem images from the next page LeopardBoard Support usg directly from the following links:. In order to get the LeopardBoard DM running is necessary a basic hardware items.
Next it will be described the minimum requirements you need:. In this section it will be explained how to set up your PC’s Linux programming environment and how to run a simple C program example on the LeopardBoard Usn Once you logged, the following window will show up. If you want to use the LeopardBoard DM’s composite video output you must connect the cable adapter’s 2-pin terminal to the output port on the LeopardBoard such as is shown in the following figure.
Adding an USB2.0 highspeed switch(480Mbps) on DM355 USB
Assuming your kernel and filesystem images are called uImage and ramdisk. DM as a slave device, PC as a host, everything is good, whatever which usb switch is used.
It is also possible to provides the board’s power through the USB port if the board is working in device mode. You can get more information about the demo from the following link LeopardBoard Support. Views Read View source View history. Follow the next steps:.
Beginners guide for Leopard Board DM – Texas Instruments Wiki
May 26, 2: In the other hand, it is necessary to connect the other side of the serial cable adapter to your personal computer. You must have installed a text editor program in which you will write your applications. To do this, you must connect the adapter’s male serial terminal to the female serial terminal in your computer as is shown in the following figure.
You can find some terminal’s text editor applications such as nano or mceditsome other graphical interface editors such as gedit and if you want something more advanced you can install an integrated development environment such as Anjuta or Eclipse.