The documentation that is available for download along with the EZSDK installer are the Quick Start Guide, Release Notes and Software Developers Guide. The Quick Start Guide helps you setup your board and start playing different demos. You probably want to read this one time when you are setting up your board for the first time.Once you get past the different demos and you want to start with setting up your development environment, its necessary to read the Release Notes and Software Developers Guide. The Software Developers Guide gives you a bird's eye view of developing software using the EZSDK. If you are new to the EZSDK, make sure that you read the software developers guide. As you read through the document, you will find introductory information on the software components that present in the EZSDK. Within the EZSDK every component ships with documentation which covers in detail the different pieces of software that is shipped within the EZSDK. This can get overwhelming, so take your time and use the documentation as reference. What's common between most components is the release notes. There is an EZSDK Release Notes that provides overall release information, and each component provide that as well. These documents are particularly important as they contain information on upgrading from a previous EZSDK, what's new, list of issues etc..
At the same, TI's processors wiki is a great resource to find documentation. The starting point for EZSDK documentation is http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Category:EZSDK. Its been recently re-organized so that you find the information you want faster. You will find topics covering additional procedures, debugging and tuning amongst other things. We also have a couple videos put up on Youtube and you can access them from the EZSDK page on Processors Wiki.
There's one on how you could install the EZSDK and some basic procedures. The other one shows a fast boot streaming using software from the EZSDK. There's documentation on the processors wiki that shows you how its done. There are more videos coming up!
As usual, you can get support on the software shipped in the EZSDK from TI's E2E forums.
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