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* custom dm8168 board
I found that:
when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE:= DM816X_UD_DVR，uboot support the nandflash that is 8-bit buswidth
when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE:= DM816X_TI_EVM，uboot support the nandflash that is 16-bit buswidth
Then I checked the schematic diagram in DVRRDK_04.00.00.03\dvr_rdk\docs\Hardware\ folder，indeed，a 8-bit nandflash is connected to dm8168(K9F2G08U0M)
my question is:
1，Are there other difference in terms of hardware when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE = DM816X_TI_EVM?
2，Are there other difference in terms of software(like linux kernel,mcfw?) when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE = DM816X_TI_EVM?
3， Is there a Hardware schematics according to DM816X_TI_EVM?where i can find it?
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tracy mcgrady1，Are there other difference in terms of hardware when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE = DM816X_TI_EVM?
Most probably yes. I am not familiar with the UD_DVR board, I am familiar only with TI EVM board. You can compare the schematics and user guides to track the HW differences between the two boards.
tracy mcgrady2，Are there other difference in terms of software(like linux kernel,mcfw?) when DVR_RDK_BOARD_TYPE = DM816X_TI_EVM?
DM816x TI EVM is using EZSDK, while UD DVR is using DVR RDK. Link to EZSDK:
The EZSDK comes with old u-boot and linux kernel, the latest versions can be found in the below locations:
The DVR RDK u-boot and linux kernel are available at the below locations:
tracy mcgrady3， Is there a Hardware schematics according to DM816X_TI_EVM?where i can find it?
Refer to the below location:
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