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A good starting point for the OMAP3™ platforms is OMAP3 Overview
For OMAPL1 / C674x check out Category:OMAPL1.
The links are temporarily down. please check back on Tuesday, May 12.
Here are some good links to get started from a much older post (OMAP3 specific as only OMAP3 was available at the time):
OMAP35x Home Page (links to various hardware specific OMAP documents) -- http://www.ti.com/omap35xBeagleBoard.org (low cost OMAP35x based board targeted at the open source community) -- http://beagleboard.org/OMAP35x EVM from Mistral (documentation and FAQs specific to the EVM board) -- http://www.mistralsolutions.com/business_divisons/omap_3evm.phpOMAP35x EVM Registration Page (register your EVM and access the OMAP35x software updates) -- www.ti.com/omapregistration http://opensource.ti.com and http://linux.omap.com are also a valuable resources.http://tiexpressdsp.com is great for learning about Codec Engine, which will be made available for the OMAP3525/OMAP3530 processors this year. If you have more useful links that could be added please make a post :)
EDIT: Adding in a link to the OMAP/Davinci workshop which is now publicly posted on the Wiki - http://focus.ti.com/docs/training/catalog/events/event.jhtml?sku=4DW102644
In reply to Bernie Thompson TI:
You can find general beagleboard info, SD Card Images for Ubuntu and Angstrom
I think the most excited starting is TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Manuals ...... it is simple to understand and supported by the samples that cover all functionality of the OMAP35x
In reply to Ahmed Abdullah:
hello， how to start TrustZone development on OMAP Platform ? can we use the beagleBoard to develop TEE? Thanks!
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