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RTOS: LibArch and LINALG lib for TMS320C6678

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Tool/software: TI-RTOS

I want  use the  LibArch and LINALG lib under windows by 6678,which example I can refer to 。

  • LibArch: Library Architecture and Framework, an abstraction layer for multi-core DSP library development.
  • FFTLIB: optimized library for performing fast Fourier transform.
  • LINALG: optimized library for performing dense linear algebra computations.

These libraries are available in both Processor-SDK RTOS and Processor-SDK Linux.

  • Hi,

    Which version of the libraries & Processor SDK do you use?

    Best Regards,
    Yordan

     


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  • In reply to Yordan Kovachev:

    the  version is libarch_1_0_0_0 and linalg_1_2_0_0,and  Processor SDK version  PDK processor_sdk_rtos_c667x_4_03_00_05.  How can i use under the windows system?

  • For C6678 devices, we only offer PRocessor SDK RTOS so there is no need to download any Processor SDK Linux. the Linux flavor of our SDK only applies to device that have a cortex A ARM core integrated in the SOC.

    Please check the guidance that I have provided here :
    e2e.ti.com/.../762044

    The LINALG and BLAS component in the Processor SDK RTOS can only be built on a Linux Host machine in the current release.

    Regards,
    Rahul

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