I am new to OMAP, I am using OMAP L138 EVM board. I need to clarify
1. is sys/bios supports only multi core architecture ( need to use it both in arm as well as dsp.)?2. I am currently using CCS 4.1 (Evaluation version) by default it support DSP/BIOS 5.41, Is there any provision to select bios 6.3 for our projects?
Thanks in advance.
1. SYSBIOS is supported on both the ARM and DSP for OMAPL138.
2. Didn't quite get your second question, but SYSBIOS 6.xx should be available in CCS 4.1. You should check your installation just to confirm but if you do see SYSBIOS 6.xx then you should be able to use it also. When creating a CCS project you will be given the choice of which one to select.
If my reply answers your question please mark the thread as answered
If you are just getting started, you should get latest CCSv4.2.4. There have been lots of improvements and bug fixes since 4.1.
can i use sys bios for C6748(dsp) alone with QNX/Linux on ARM?
You can use either DSP/BIOS 5 or SYS/BIOS for C6748(DSP) and Linux for ARM9.
You need to check up with somebody for QNX support.
All the best.
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