Tag: remoteproc

Raspberry Pi’s gpio-remoteproc driver finished

This week I managed to finished my raspberry pi’s remoteproc driver. At first I thought my custom gpio bus was flawless, but after linking it with the remoteproc…

GPIO custom bus completed

During my 10th week at Aeste, I continued my unfinished business from the 9th week: bit banging the gpio to implement a custom 8 bits wide bus. I…

Week 7: First stage of remoteproc driver done

Alright, I’m now on my 7th week at Aeste. Things been going pretty fast ey? Yeah it sure ¬†does! This week I managed to finish my dummy remoteproc…

Week 6: A presentation and a fake driver

I started my 6th week at Aeste by re-studying the beaglebone-6502 project done by matt porter of Texas Instruments. The reason my supervisor asked me to look back…

Week 5: Wrong path taken

My task for this week is to determine the interface of the remoteproc framework. As shameful as I could be, I still couldn’t figure out the interface and…

Week 4: Setting up the test bench continued

It is almost unbelievable that it has been a month since I joined Aeste. This week has been my least productive week so far because I’d been trying…

Week 3: Setting up Linux kernel Test Bench

My task for this week is to compile the remoteproc framework, and setup its test bench. After analyzing the framework’s source code, I figured that it cannot be…

Remoteproc/RPMsg Frameworks

As I mentioned in my previous post, my task for this week is to study the remoteproc framework. The goal is to discover how it works because later,…