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Porting and Cross-compile with CC5 [Porting eGalaxTouch USBSrc] to arm7 for BeagleBoard-xM
I have a touchscreen panel that I just to use with my BeagleBoard-xM.
The touch screen panel is a USB controller ETP4500-UG-A, which is eGalaxTouch device.
The controller was detected by Angstrom and Ubuntu running on BeagleBoard but there is no way to calibrate it.
I tried tslib but it cannot detect the controller.
The kit come with USBSrc to compile the module for x86 environment but there is none for arm, so I need to cross-compile the source code to arm7 or arm platform.
I need you Guys help, directions and pointers on how to do this in Code Composer Studio or any alternative advise.
Many thanks in advise.
This is the general CCS tools forum. Since you are looking for specific help in setting up your Beagleboard environment, I'll move it into the Beagleboard forum where the experts there can help you best.
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