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Tegra2 is the dual-core Cortex-A9+FPU based part from nVidia
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Tegra 2 is a system-on-a-chip (SoC) created by [http://www.nvidia.com NVIDIA]. The SoC comprises a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 with FPU per core, an NVIDIA ultra low power (ULP) GPU, an embedded ARM7TDMI and five other processing cores for audio and video processing.
  
http://tegradeveloper.nvidia.com/tegra/
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The [http://developer.nvidia.com/tegra/ NVIDIA developer zone] has more information on Tegra.
  
Forums:
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There are [http://developer.nvidia.com/tegra/forum forums for software developers] and the like.
http://tegradeveloper.nvidia.com/tegra/forum
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== Topics ==
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* Hardware
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** [http://www.nvidia.com/object/tegra_250.html Tegra 2 Chip]
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** [http://developer.nvidia.com/tegra/tegra-devkit-features Tegra 200/250 Development Board]
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** Devices
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*** Rumored
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*** Announced
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* Operating Systems
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** [[Tegra Android|Android]]
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** [[Tegra Linux|Linux]]
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** [[Tegra 2|Debian]]
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** Windows
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* OpenGL Information and Development
  
Installing linux:
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== Hardware ==
There is a temporary workaround to install linux until nVidia launch their official LDK
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http://tegradeveloper.nvidia.com/tegra/forum/workaround-run-ubuntu-now
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Binary kernel and config file: [[File:Ianr-tegra-9.12.9-kernel.tar.bz2]]
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[TODO: Add information about dev kit hardware]
Note patch contains some performance improvements to L2
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[build instructions and source code detailed in forum posting]
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Fastboot utility (prebuilt for x86 Linux host machine - tested on Debian Lenny and Ubuntu Karmic)
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[[Category:ARM processors]]
[build instructions and source code detailed in forum posting]
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[[File:ianr-fastboot-linux.tar.bz2]]
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Revision as of 20:59, 27 October 2011

Tegra 2 is a system-on-a-chip (SoC) created by NVIDIA. The SoC comprises a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 with FPU per core, an NVIDIA ultra low power (ULP) GPU, an embedded ARM7TDMI and five other processing cores for audio and video processing.

The NVIDIA developer zone has more information on Tegra.

There are forums for software developers and the like.

Topics

Hardware

[TODO: Add information about dev kit hardware]