I have and EVM6670 evaluation module which has an TMS320C6678 eight core device. I using NDK version 2.20.05.33 and have successfully set up a socket connection on core 0 to connect to a PC. Is it possible to setup a second socket on core 1 to receive data from my PC.?
In other words can I run NDK on core 0 and set up a socket connection on core 1. Or can I only have sockets running on the core which is running the NDK stack.
Thanks in advance.
This is what I want to do too - were able to get it to work?
I did not try to get it working. I never got an answer to my question so I concluded it can't be done. I do know that it is possible to re-compile the NDK to use core 1 instead of core 0. But to get it working on two cores simultaneously is beyond the scope of its capability.
Graham and Brandy,
The words I get from our NDK team is, "Unfortunately no. You have to open the sockets on the core that NDK is running on. There have been numerous requests for this and we are pushing for it to be added as a feature for development."
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