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5 Replies and 2253 Views u-boot crash  2253  5 Started by  Greg Otto   The DM3730 Zoom development kit is shipped with 3 compact flash disks.  The Linux Demo disk does not boot.   (Android Demo disk works fine.)   This is right out of the box, and I've searched all the documentation I can find.   Here is the debug log:   Texas Instruments X-Loader 1.42 BSP-dm37x-2.4-2 for dm3730logic (2013-06-18 15:59:36) DRAM: 256MB (MT29C4G48MAZAPAKQ5) Starting U-boot on MMC Reading boot sector Can't find u-boot; wait for JTAG debugge...
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29 Jul 2015 01:23 PM
4 Replies and 2696 Views USB device IP address  2696  4 Started by  Rajesh Tirumala Hi  We have two logicPD boards with following revisions Linux version 3.0.0-BSP-dm37x-2.4-2 (lpdubuntu) (gcc version 4.3.3 (Sourcery G Lite 2009q1-203) ) 164 Thu Apr 23 01:20:28 IST 2015 CPU: ARMv7 Processor &91;413fc082&93; revision 2 (ARMv7), cr=10c53c7f Machine: Logic DM37x SOM LV board We have one board (master) act as a USB host controller and the other (slave) as a device (with g_ether module). master side always boots up with host controller functionality and on the slave...
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28 Apr 2015 11:50 AM
2 Replies and 1772 Views Install newer version of udev.  1772  2 Started by  Deleted User Dear all, I would like install a newer version of udev in the rootfs of a Wireless Torpedo module. The reason for this change is the application of control of the device should detect which HID devices has been inserted or removed in the system. To use this facility, if is required to use the library libudev, however udev 117 doesn't provide this library. I've rebuild rootfs without device manager, I've installed a newer version of udev while maintaining previous rules, but the system is not u...
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03 Mar 2015 06:17 AM
15 Replies and 2519 Views Bluetooth at high speed  2519  15 Started by  Deleted User Hello, I'm using DM3730/AM3703 Torpedo Wireless SOM and Linux OS. When I start bluetooth interface, I can see that ttyO1 port is opened at 115200 bps. I want to use bluetooth at 3Mbps and over RFCOMM. How to configure bluetooth module to work at 3Mbps I'm successfully run UART (port ttyO2) at 3Mbps, and I use this configuration (bluetooth at 3Mbps over RFCOMM) on some other Linux based systems. I am little bit worried, because bluetooth and gps are connected to the same ttyO1 port. Regard...
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22 Dec 2014 11:01 AM
7 Replies and 2158 Views how to install new u-boot  2158  7 Started by  Daniel Darden I am trying to configure and install a customized u-boot.I am using DM3730 wireless, booting from NAND flash.  STEPS: 1) ./ltib -m prep -p u-boot 2) I modified &91;u-boot&93;/include/configs/omap3logic.h. All I have done is added characters to the echo statement '==Checking mmc1 for alternative boot script...' 3) ./ltib -m scbuild -p u-boot, everything works fine 4) ./ltib -m scdeploy -p u-boot 5) ./bin/ -cy 6) I insert the SD card into the eval board, catch u-boo...
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14 Nov 2014 05:36 PM
1 Replies and 1712 Views auto mounting options for SD card  1712  1 Started by  Daniel Darden When I insert an SD card into the DM3730 wireless eval board, it is automatically mounted to /mnt/mmcblk0p1, but it does not have the correct permissions for me to execute a file (SD card is FAT32). I added a fstab entry that allows me to umount it, then mount it with the correct permissions. Before I added a line for /dev/mmcblk0p1, there was no entry in fstab.   So what is auto mounting the SD card and how do I control the options
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06 Nov 2014 05:17 PM
1 Replies and 1956 Views GPIO interrupt on DM3730 Wireless dev board  1956  1 Started by  Daniel Darden How do you setup / catch an interrupt on a GPIO on the DM3730 wireless dev board The documentation mentions S6 is set up for this. Where can I find documentation on how to configure and use the GPIOs Application note 527 did not help much
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31 Oct 2014 07:15 AM
10 Replies and 1780 Views How to set vmmc1  1780  10 Started by  Daniel Darden VMMC1 seems to default to 1.8V. I found a file 'microvolts' under ./sys/devices/platform/reg-fixed-voltage.1/regulator/regulator.1/ which has 1800000, but this file is readonly. How do you configure vmmc1 for 3.0V
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29 Oct 2014 02:31 PM
0 Replies and 2549 Views USB Gadget Drivers (Ethernet Gadget (with CDC Ethernet support)) with USB OTG as Host may fail  2549  0 Started by  bradb Subject     DM37LINUX-1038: USB Gadget Drivers (Ethernet Gadget (with CDC Ethernet support)) with USB OTG as Host may fail Product     DM37x Torpedo and DM37x Torpedo Wireless Software OS     DM37x Linux 2.4-3 BSP  Description     Customer's looking to use Ethernet Gadget (with CDC Ethernet support) with USB OTG as Host may see a similar error following a ping when using Linux 2.4-3 release. &91;  112.575347&...
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22 Oct 2014 01:08 PM
2 Replies and 1585 Views DM37x Linux BSP  1585  2 Started by  shlomi perlman DM37x Linux BSP Link is not working in the downloads page -  linux section along with other links there.
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21 Oct 2014 08:01 AM
4 Replies and 4657 Views USB OTG device  4657  4 Started by  Rajesh Tirumala dmesg.txt Hi All, I am working on custom logicpd boards and ltib bsp builds. We have two logicpd boards plugged to a base board that contains other peripherals. And I am trying to one logicpd board as Ethernet over USB  master and other as slave using RNDIS driver.   I've configured the kernel to include configrations for USB and RNDIS but I don't see any usb devices under /dev. And modprobe of g_ether is throwing errors and not able to install the driver. OMAP3 Logic DM37x/...
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19 Aug 2014 02:36 PM
2 Replies and 2040 Views rtc0 device is missing  2040  2 Started by  Rajesh Tirumala Hi I've configured the kernel (using ltib -c) and added support for real time clock , selected  &91;*&93;   Set system time from RTC on startup and resume             │ │       (rtc0)  RTC used to set the system time                          │ │      &91;*&93;   RTC debug support                   &nb...
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16 Jul 2014 08:44 AM
2 Replies and 1800 Views boot rootfs from nand device  1800  2 Started by  Rajesh Tirumala Hi, I am using ltib ( a bit new to the env) to build u-boot,root-fs for a custom AM37x board. Currently I've the rootfs running from ramdisk. I am trying to convert it to boot from nand such that any changes made to the file system persists across the reboots, preferably using ubifs. LogicPD omap board based on ARM AM3703 with 256 MB ram and NAND 1GB.  My current bootargs is nand-ecc=hw console=ttyO2,115200n8 mem=224M0x80000000 mpurate=600 i2c_bus=3,100 display=15 ignore_logleve...
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16 Jul 2014 08:18 AM
2 Replies and 1746 Views How to run a server created with Node js  1746  2 Started by  Jean-Paul De Lemos Hi,  I have a small problem. I need to launch a webserver on my DM3730 Torpedo Wireless SOM board booting with a SD card on Linux and I don't know how to proceed. My webserver is created with node.js. Do you know a way to cross-compile it or to install node.js on my board   Jean-paul
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03 Jul 2014 07:38 AM
7 Replies and 1814 Views Serial connection and boarding of applications  1814  7 Started by  Jean-Paul De Lemos Hi all, I got a few problems with my DM37xx 2.4-2 BSP release. I use the DM3730 Torpedo Wireless SOM, and I don't understand how to board my own applications on the SD Card. I also don't know how to configure a serial connection with the board. When I plus the serial cable, there is no changes in the /dev directory. Can you help me to solve these problems please
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25 Jun 2014 09:30 AM
3 Replies and 2343 Views setting GPIOs in u-boot  2343  3 Started by  Louie Earle Hello all,  I am trying to set a few GPIOs in u-boot prior to the linux kernel being loaded. I am using a Torpedo Wireless SOM on a custom board. In the past, I have just set gpios from linux userspace, but with the latest spin of the board, I need to manage a few switches to a USB hub before the kernel starts now.  My project uses the Torpedo Wireless dev kit's board file. I am new to u-boot and don't see much of anything in the help for setting GPIOs or even changing the sta...
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12 May 2014 08:52 AM
5 Replies and 2129 Views Problem with  2129  5 Started by  Jean-Paul De Lemos Hi all, I try to create a bootable SD Card for the DM3730. My SD Card is on /dev/sdb but when I launch the command : ./ /dev/sdb the following error is displayed :   ./ 131: ./ Bad substitution   What could I do to fix the problem  
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10 Apr 2014 05:25 AM
6 Replies and 2032 Views USB Wifi  2032  6 Started by  Deleted User Hi, I would like to use a wifi usb stick. When I plug it, linux detect it but it says that it is unusable : &91;14467.107299&93; rtl8192cu:rtl92cu_init_sw_vars(): Failed to request firmware! &91;14467.115173&93; rtlwifi:rtl_usb_probe(): Can't init_sw_vars. I really need to use it. Can you please help me Thanks.
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09 Apr 2014 03:16 PM
1 Replies and 1819 Views compiling AM1808_BSL in Linux  1819  1 Started by  Deleted User Hi, Is there any way that i can compile AM1808_BSL examples under linux and make them part of rootfs of my AM1808 experimenter kit, Thanks,
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01 Apr 2014 05:10 PM
1 Replies and 1816 Views Automatic first boot  1816  1 Started by  Deleted User Hello, I'm using Torpedo wireless SOM. So I make bootable SD card to boot from NAND. In the U-boot, I run script makeyaffsboot, and after that my device will boot from NAND. Basically I need UART serial connection to run this script, so my question is how I can change this script or u-boot to automatically start this script if there is no image in NAND. I don't want to have UART connection at all.  For the first boot of system, I want to place SD card with NAND image, device will recognize...
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19 Mar 2014 07:56 AM
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