I have developed a test program for an I/O card I designed using CCS version 5.2. My micro controller is an AM335x device. The hardware platform is a BeagleBone card. I have the program completely check-out and functional. I downloaded the program to debug and check it out using CCS via the USB port to the BeagleBone. Now I want to install the program on the BeagleBone’s SD card and execute it. The BeagleBone operating system is Linux.
What conversion if any do I need to do to load it on the SD disk of the BeagleBone? I am having difficult getting an answer to this issue.
Do I need to convert the .out output from CCS to something else?
Who can tell me what to do?
The hardware has been complete for about four month and I have not been able to find out how to get the control program onto the BeagleBone’s SD drive.
The GCC Sinewave lab in the following materials should help you within Linux:
We used it for running the signal processing code in Linux mentioned here:
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