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[[Image:Davincilogo.gif|right]]'''Texas Instruments DaVinci™ is a family of multimedia system on chip processors for embedded application.''' Most of DaVinci processors based of of ARM and DSP microprocessor cores.
  
'''Texas Instruments Davinci line are a range of processors with tightly optimised DSP and peripheral hardware'''
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DaVinci SDK uses [[U-Boot]], [[MontaVista]] Linux, [[Open_Embedded]]
  
Despite the marketing hype there are a number of issues users are falling into, a number related to the MontaVista Linux installed with the EVM. This wiki is intended to help reduce the duplication of effort that is currently occuring and suggest some common fixes (or at least highlite the most common mistakes!)
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==Important resources==
  
Anything you find here should be considered highly dubious and it is entirely your own responsibility for breaking your stuff.
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* [http://focus.ti.com/paramsearch/docs/parametricsearch.tsp?family=dsp&sectionId=2&tabId=1852&familyId=1300 DaVinci™ Digital Media Processors]
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* http://wiki.davincidsp.com/
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* [http://community.ti.com/forums/default.aspx?GroupID=10 Forums]
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* http://feeds.feedburner.com/tidavincitechnology - news feed
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* http://www.linux-davinci.info/
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* [[DaVinci_Old_Pages|Old DaVinci Pages]] Obsolete and/or Out of Date
  
 
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==Programming==
(Most of these are stubs waiting for some nice user to help pad out)
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==FAQ==
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The [[Davinci FAQ]] can be found here
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==Guides==
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Das u-boot guide for davinci (using DVFlasher) - [[u-boot 1.0]]
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Help I have bricked my EVM! - [[EVM Brickage 1.0]]
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Using the opensource GIT Kernel to work - [[OS GIT 1.0]]
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Configuring an initrd - [[initrd 1.0]]
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Setting up USB Host mode - [[DaVinci USBHost 1.0]]
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==Undocumented Findings==
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - RBL: booting from NAND and ECC/Bad blocks - [[DaVinci RBL 1.0]]
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==Programing==
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[[Image:Example Program.gif]] - Blinking LEDS on the EVM over I2c - [[EVM_LED_Blinking.c]]
 
[[Image:Example Program.gif]] - Blinking LEDS on the EVM over I2c - [[EVM_LED_Blinking.c]]
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[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Overclocking the EVM [[EVMoc]]
 
[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Overclocking the EVM [[EVMoc]]
 
[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Using GPIO Interrupts - [[GPIO 1.0]]
 
 
[[Image:Guide.jpeg]] - Configuring correct PINMUX at boot time - [[Pinmux 1.0]]
 
  
 
==Hardware Hacks==
 
==Hardware Hacks==
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* http://www.applieddata.net/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2024 - U-Boot configuration scripts for flash filesystems
 
* http://www.applieddata.net/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2024 - U-Boot configuration scripts for flash filesystems
==Chats and Forums==
 
  
Davinci IRC chat can be found in the '''#davinci''' channel on '''irc.freenode.net'''. For more information about Freenode, see [http://www.freenode.net www.freenode.net]
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==Misc Info==
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* [[DaVinci_Initrd_1.0]]
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* [[DaVinci_U-boot_1.0]]
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* [[DaVinci_USBHost_1.0]]
  
General IRC help can be found here :- IRC Help [http://www.irchelp.org/]
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[[Category:OMAP]]
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[[Category:DaVinci]]

Latest revision as of 20:32, 27 October 2011

Davincilogo.gif
Texas Instruments DaVinci™ is a family of multimedia system on chip processors for embedded application. Most of DaVinci processors based of of ARM and DSP microprocessor cores.

DaVinci SDK uses U-Boot, MontaVista Linux, Open_Embedded

Important resources

Programming

Example Program.gif - Blinking LEDS on the EVM over I2c - EVM_LED_Blinking.c

Example Program.gif - Simple TTY host program to access serial port - EVM_comz.c

Example Program.gif - PWM kernel driver (char driver) - PWM.c Good example for your own device drivers

Example Program.gif - Accessing an I2C temperature sensor - temp_sens.c

Example Program.gif - Useful I2C routines - I2Croutines.c

Guide.jpeg - Overclocking the EVM EVMoc

Hardware Hacks

Hack.jpg - Adding a second MMC / SD slot - Second MMC / SD

Hack.jpg - Installing some input buttons - Input buttonz

Hack.jpg - Adding I2C devices (e.g. Temp Sensor) - I2C Mods

Mailing Lists and Useful Links

Misc Info