Drivers for Mistral OMAP 35x EVM boards

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  • #29830

    RichardUK
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    We’ve got one of these boards and I can’t find the GLES driver files. We’ve had zoom boards before and these files have come from TI but for the life of me I can’t find the files for this board on the company website so I was wondering if…

    A) Anyone else has one of the boards and can tell me were you got your drivers from

    or

    b) If I can get them direct from ImgTech??

    Many thanks,
    Richard e Collins.

    #33159

    RichardUK
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    Many thanks but the first link just takes me to a form for ordering DSP stuff??

     There was a link on their product page but that link was broken a pointed to an incorrect file. I found a link that did work after googling for the file name. But the driver install did not work until I created an empty file on the target file system. Not when I try to start the drivers modprobe failes to find it’s dependancy file. I need to make sure the kernel matches the filesystem before I move forward. Looking at the downloads I have I ‘ve got ‘OMAP35x_Graphics_SDK_setuplinux_3_00_00_06.bin’ so could explain why the driver is not working on the system. [scatches head].

    I’ve done this before with zoom1 and zoom2 no problems, just seems the downloads for this board a little broken. Although saying that the Andriod build they do worked first time.

    I feel these systems are better used by Linux pros, which i’m sadly not.

    #33160

    prabindh
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    The first form is actually part of a registration process, please update your details and make the request. If you still have issues, send me a message.

    #33161

    prabindh
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    Richard – were you able to get the .08 version drivers ?

    #33162

    RichardUK
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    Yes, they also now come with them already installed into the nfs file system, which is handy. The problem now is that my kernel is incorrect. I’ve got a 2.6.22.18 kernel and so modprobe fails. (I’m guessing a bit here that it is a kernel version  issue)

    Some more digging about to do. 🙂

    #33163

    RichardUK
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    I’ve got it working now using the file system from the 1.0.2 SDk and installing the drivers on that. 🙂 Seems I could not find a kernel to match the nfs files system that was in the 3_00_00_08 Graphics SDK. No big deal now it works.

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