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Part Number: AMC6821EVM
Does the AMC6821EVM software evaluation toolkit have a version that will run on linux? It looks like their evaluation tool might be just for a windows PC interfacing to the evaluation kit.
If there isn't a linux front end, then is there some example source code?
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In reply to Kelvin Le THS:
Thanks for your response,
The link you have sent is to the linux driver itself which we have switched on in the kernel.
Our platform is a linux one and it would have been nice to use the EVK front end (as you have available for windows), or something like it, just to check out the behaviour of the hardware, before integrating this with our own software.
Just wondering if there was anything like this available before we develop our own?
See http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/slau195a/slau195a.pdf Software Evaluation Tool
In reply to Alan Williams1:
Unfortunately, we do not have an EVM GUI for linux.
OK thanks. Do you have the source code available for the windows one? It might help in developing our own test environment for this part.
I do not have the source code...
This is an old product that was transfer to our group recently and there isn't much materials available beyond what's on TI.com right now.
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