SDK Release for DM365 Leopard Board

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General Information

Release Information

Copyright Notice

This document and the software described in it are furnished under license with RidgeRun, and as such, may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of the license. The contents of this document are furnished for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. RidgeRun, assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may exist in this document. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, without the prior written consent of RidgeRun.

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Revision History

Date Comments
9-7-2010 Initial Version

Documentation

What's new?

Supported Operating Systems

Linux Distribution Ubuntu 9.04, 9.10 and 10.04 in 32 bits.

SDK Details

This is an Evaluation Linux SDK build for Texas Instruments DM365 System on Chip.

Hardware

This SDK is designed to run on the DM365 Leopard Board.

Software

This SDK includes:

Known Bugs

Support Information

This SDK doesn't include support services. Make sure to read the links listed below (Related Links) in order to solve some of the main issues.

RidgeRun Developer SDK for DM365 provides handful of debug and profile tools, professional Linux development support and a wider range of DM365 drivers. Contact RidgeRun at inquiries@ridgerun.com for information and pricing on Developers SDK for DM365 platforms.

Download instructions

This SDK will be available to download through an SVN repository. To get the download link go to our download center and to the DM365 Leopardboard section. Once you register your data, a mail with the download information will be sent to you. Once you have the repository download link use

svn checkout <repositoryLink>

to download the SDK. In order to compile the SDK you need to install the toolchain (download link also provided within the email). Further instructions available at DM365-Leopard SDK Getting Started Guide.

Hardware usage examples

The next links will lead you to some hardware usage examples. It is important to follow the SDK installation instructions, since unexpected behavior can be obtained it these are not followed.

USB host

USB device

Audio in

Audio out

Component video playback

Composite video playback

DVI video playback

Camera sensor boards

SD card

Network

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