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UsingISC (Image Sensor Controller) Introduction This page describes how to configure and use of the ISC in SAMA5D2 SoC with the image sensors. The Image Sensor...
Using I2SC (Inter IC Sound Controller) Introduction This page explains how to enable and configure I2SC from SAMA5D2 and SAM9X60 SoCs to an external codec, using...
Using FIT image and Device Tree Overlays How it works Using FIT with overlays Since U boot 2018.07, released with linux4sam 6.0, we have the feature of adding Device...
How to use the Atmel KMS/DRM LCD driver Introduction Since linux 3.18 at91, the recent Atmel SoCs have a new LCD driver that is based on the Linux KMS/DRM sub system...
Using ASRC (Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter) Introduction This page explains the usage of ASRC, available in SAMA7G5 SoCs. The Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter...
Use SAM BA Programming a demo can be done by using the .bat or .sh scripts provided or by using the SAM BA GUI. We`ll focus on the latest solution. The components...
U Boot FIT image support Introduction U Boot FIT image is a uImage format which can combine the Kernel zImage and Kernel dtbs. For more information, check the document...
USB gadget configuration Introduction This page is mainly about how to configure USB Gadget on Linux kernel. There are two ways to configure the USB Gadget framework...
Dedicated page on U Boot wiki: http://www.denx.de/wiki/U Boot/SourceCode You can easily download U Boot source code from GitHub U Boot repository: clone the Linux4sam...
U Boot FIT image support Introduction U Boot FIT image is a uImage format which can combine the Kernel zImage and Kernel dtbs. For more information, check the document...
U Boot FAQ How does U Boot auto detect the connected PDA on my board ? A: U Boot uses a specific GPIO pin to read a memory from the connected PDA. More information...
U Boot Introduction Das U Boot the Universal Boot Loader website is the main entry point for this bootloader / debugging tool available on several processors...
Tips and Tricks Known Issues Using Inter IC Sound Controller (I2SC) Using Image Sensor Controller (ISC) Using Image Sensor Interface (ISI) Shutdown Wakeup Using...
Thermal management support on SAMA7G5 Introduction SAMA7G5 support thermal management. The in SoC temperature sensor is connected to channel 31 of ADC. Starting with...
Store root filesystem on a SD card The default boot environment is built to run form the first partition of an ext4 formated SD card. It is seen as mmcblk1p1 from...
Software Tools SAM BA (SAM Boot Assistant In system Programmer) can run on: Windows 32 bit and 64 bit Linux x86 and x86 64 SAM BA is able to program...
SAMA5D2 Chip Features The SAMA5D2 series is a high performance, ultra low power ARM Cortex A5 processor based MPU. The Cortex A5 processor runs up to 500MHz and features...
Shutdown / Wake Up FAQ Use the Wake Up function on AT91SAM9x5 EK board There are two options to wake up the board: using the WAKE UP button located on...
How to manually select (or enforce) the PDA at boot time How it works How to select the PDA at boot time Starting from Linux4SAM6.0 release, we release a single...
Connect the SAM BA with USB Install SAM BA software in your PC 172677.700868 usb 2 1.4.4: new full speed USB device number 31 using ehci pci 172677.792677 usb...

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