Hi Jeff its not easy to find and is confusing
I have bought many boards and found out they did not do what I hoped
I have an update BBAI is supported that is very good news the EVM is $600
Be aware that BBAI rev A1 I think needs a mod for JTAG
Just to be clear I am not a linux expert so it appears all cores are supported and the Linux on Host ARM is SDK version it may night support all the bells Debian has for device drivers
I have many years using DSP/BIOS and CCS and JTAG at board support level not Linux apps
Theres a lot of tools here and RTOS and dual cores isnt something you pick up over night
Pleny of good tutorials On learning TI RTOS using CCS and JTAG for a DSP application its really complex for a beginner and throw in MPUs and Cache and threads and 6 cores you really could spend a month learning tools alone
In all fairness a single core AM35X is simpler the beauty is TI has gel scripts to handle all cores and load code internally until MPU is set up for quick and simple apps on ARM and fast learning and low cost the Debian/Beagle approach is probally better its pretty obvious I am RTOS fan (-:
TI has world class tools and good documents
I cant help anyone that insists on mixing the Debian on ARM with TI RTOS on DSP I’m not qualified it may be possible
Looks like I was also wrong about omap l138 support for SDK the docs are confusing so maybe I buy a BBAI its cheaper than the EVM and play around I miss work I took care of mom 3 years she passed away October so I apologize at times Im grouchy
Hopefully I helped someone that feels good as well Im excited reading these docs so maybe I make a come back!!!
and find some work
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Thanks Mark for providing us all this!
I tried starting to port one of the main examples from TI RTOS SDK into the latest Beagleboard-X15 images this weekend. Built the IPC example under the link you posted yesterday. Scp’d server_dsp1.xe66 to the SD card and then linked to it, and attempted to load.
It looks like it started to load but then complained that the resource table is not found. I have lots more homework to do…
My plan dejour is to try to see how far I can get with that example on BB Debian and TI SDK Linux.
I do plan to develop the DSP application with CCS and JTAG, and deploy it using remoteproc from Linux once it’s debugged.
Don’t know if there are currently any Linux tools for debugging the other cores.
But at this point I’m not sure where this will all lead…
But it sounds like there’s an appetite within the Beagle community to get this tested and working… My guess is the more applications that can access the other processors on the SOC, the merrier for BB.org and TI…