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TI81XX Linux PSP 04.04

Hello,

Question on the latest PSP release listed below:

http://software-dl.ti.com/dsps/dsps_public_sw/sdo_tii/psp/LinuxPSP/

TI81XX Linux PSP 04.04 - Released on 3/30/12 listed the DM816x processor family that use to be under the DM816x Linux PSP 04.00.  Is this the new release for this processor family?  

Does this release support the C6A816x processor that was listed under the the DM816x Linux PSP 04.00 ?

Any estimate when the EZSDK for the C6A816x will be released?

 

Thanks,

 Craig

  • Hi,

    PSP04.04 is combined release for DM816x, DM814x and DM385 class of devices. Earlier we used to have separate releases for DM816x and DM814x. But now we have combined that into single release package.

    Regards,

    Hardik Shah

    Regards,

    Hardik Shah




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  • In reply to HardikShah:

    Hardik,

    Just so I am completely clear, the TI81XX Linux PSP 04.04 - Released on 3/30/12 is the latest release of the PSP that should be used for the C6A816x processor, even though it is not specifically called out on any of the release notes.

    Thanks,

    Craig

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    In reply to Craig Totel:

    Hi Craig,

    http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/TI81XX_PSP_04.04.00.01_Release_Notes#Device_Support

    section of release notes have the details

    Regards

    AnilKumar

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  • In reply to Anil:

    Yes,

    This is the latest PSP release for DM816x class of devices, and valid and latest for DM814x and DM813x class of devices as well as mentioned in release notes.

    Regards,

    Hardik shah

    Regards,

    Hardik Shah




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