Breaking Free the Gumstix DSP

Compiling a Linux 2.6.33 kernel for the Gumstix Overo Fire with DSP support.
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Very interesting read on the DSP portion of OMAP35xx

James.Ang's picture

Thank you very much for this article.

This is the only article that I found with guided instruction for using the DSP portion of OMAP35xx.

What is lacking is a following up to version 2.6.39 or above which incorporate some simple raw image sensor capturing like PixHawk and using the DSP engine for simple test case.

Keep exploring and post a update to the latest stable kernel

Cheers~!

Very interesting read on the DSP portion of OMAP35xx

James.'s picture

Thank you very much for this article.

This is the only article that I found with guided instruction for using the DSP portion of OMAP35xx.

What is lacking is a following up to version 2.6.39 or above which incorporate some simple raw image sensor capturing like PixHawk and using the DSP engine for simple test case.

Keep exploring and post a update to the latest stable kernel

Cheers~!

Nice article, I was looking

Software development India's picture

Nice article, I was looking for these kind of information on site accessibility.
Please continue writing....
Thanks
Software Development India

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