Tagged: remoteproc

GPIO custom bus completed 0

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 spent most of my time this...

Week 7: First stage of remoteproc driver done 0

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 driver. It was a big relieve...

Week 6: A presentation and a fake driver 0

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 to this project was because it...

Week 5: Wrong path taken 0

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 what is needed to make the...

Week 4: Setting up the test bench continued 0

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 to resolve non-important but work-hindering problems....

Week 3: Setting up Linux kernel Test Bench 0

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 compiled as a modulable framework/driver. This...

Remoteproc/RPMsg Frameworks 0

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, I’ll be implementing about the same...