Legacy Linux4SAM material

For SAM9x5 family

Legacy SAM9x5 family special page

Legacy GettingStarted for AT91SAM9x5 family

For SAM9n12 family

Legacy SAM9N12 family special page

Legacy GettingStarted for AT91SAM9N12 family

For other SAM9 SoCs

That includes support for:

  • AT91SAM9260
  • AT91SAM9261
  • AT91SAM9263
  • AT91SAM9XE
  • AT91SAM9RL
  • AT91SAM9G10
  • Old revisions of AT91SAM9G45 family

Legacy GettingStarted

Legacy AT91Bootstrap Page

Legacy U-Boot Page

Legacy Linux Kernel Page

Legacy SAM9M10 Gstreamer Page

Legacy OpenEmbedded / Angstrom Page


1 : TWI: Two Wires Interface is an I2C compatible bus

2 : (SAM-BA v2.xx) n % prompt located at the bottom of the SAM-BA window.

3 : *AT91SAM9X5-EK*: common board for every SAM9x5 chip in the family.

4 : *AT91SAM9N12-EK*: common board for every SAM9N1x, SAN9CN1x chip in the family.

5 : !AT91SAM9263 MRLA or MRLB could be soldered on this board revision. To identity which chip revision you have, check AT91SAM9263-EK user guide at http://atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=4057

6 : If you experience issues with NAND flash accesses,
please refer to the AT91SAM9263-EK Evaluation Board Rev. B User Guide chapter 1.5 NAND Flash Access Issue

7 : Only available on products with embedded Flash

8 , 10 , 16 , 17 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 : On board DataFlash chip

9 : Please check at91sam9260 errata #

11 , 12 : Supported on SAM9261 rev B onwards

13 : Removable DataFlash card

14 , 15 : Supported on SAM9263 rev B onwards

18 : Supported on SAM9G20 recent rev A, rev B and newer

23 , 24 : Warning, important for at91sam9g45 family: use proper location for RAM: 0x70000000 instead of 0x20000000

25 : at91_mci enhancement with those upstream patches :
- folow flowcharts
- disable handling of blocks with size not multiple of 4 bytes
- bug-in-at91-mci-suspend-routines.patch
- whitespace
- typo
- add multiwrite cap

r11 - 04 Dec 2013 - 14:29:02 - NicolasFerre
Linux & Open Source for AT91 Microchip Microprocessors

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