Now you should have the Linux demo up'n running on your board !
You can access the Linux console through the serial line as explained just above
Use the root login account without password.

You can have a look at the boot log as a file for the record or have an overview in the image below:

View of system running

There are things that you must know about the Home Automation Demo, please visit the Home Automation Tips and Tricks page.

Application launcher (screen 1) Application launcher (screen 2)

First of all, don't be worried by the following logs:

atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Loading configuration: microchip/ptc_cfg.bin
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Direct firmware load for microchip/ptc_cfg.bin failed with error -2
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Can't load configuration microchip/ptc_cfg.bin
atmel_ptc: probe of 800000.ptc failed with error -2

It happens only because the ptc_cfg.bin file is missing. It is the configuration file loaded by default. As we don't know which wing you are going to use there is no default configuration file provided. If you want to use a specific configuration file, you can use the PTC driver parameter configuration_file.

Helper scripts are provided in the home directory to remove the atmel_ptc module as it has not been probed successfully during the boot time and to insert the module with the appropriate configuration file:

# ls
start_ptc_qt1_mutual_demo  start_ptc_qt2_mutual_demo
start_ptc_qt1_self_demo    start_ptc_qt6_mutual_demo

Launch the script matching the QT wing you are using. For instance, for the QT1 Mutual Capacitance, do:

# ./start_ptc_qt1_mutual_demo
remove atmel_ptc driver...
load atmel_ptc module with ptc_cfg_qt1_mutual configuration...
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Loading configuration: microchip/ptc_cfg_qt1_mutual.bin
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: firmware version: PPP_VER_006.004, tool version: MQC_VER_102
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: date: 201802221828, description: qt1mc parameters
input: atmel_ptc_buttons as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input3
input: atmel_ptc_slider as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input1
input: atmel_ptc_wheel as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input2
start ptc_qt1_mutual_demo...
demo running...

Then you can play with the wing. Hit Ctrl-C to stop the demo.

ALERT! If you want to switch to another wing, please reboot the SAMA5D2 PTC EK board.

ALERT! Because of pinmuxing constraints, some LEDs or sensors are not working, it's not a bug!

You can find the source code of the PTC examples here: ptc_examples page.

Now you should have the Linux demo up'n running on your board !
You can access the Linux console through the serial line as explained just above
Use the root login account without password.

You can have a look at the boot log as a file for the record or have an overview in the image below:

View of system running

There are things that you must know about the Home Automation Demo, please visit the Home Automation Tips and Tricks page.

Application launcher (screen 1) Application launcher (screen 2)

Now you should have the Linux demo up'n running on your board !
You can access the Linux console through the serial line as explained just above
Use the root login account without password.

You can have a look at the boot log as a file for the record or have an overview in the image below:

View of system running

There are things that you must know about the Home Automation Demo, please visit the Home Automation Tips and Tricks page.

Application launcher (screen 1) Application launcher (screen 2)

Now you should have the Linux demo up'n running on your board !
You can access the Linux console through the serial line as explained just above
Use the root login account without password.

You can have a look at the boot log as a file for the record or have an overview in the image below:

View of system running

Now you should have the Linux demo up'n running on your board !
You can access the Linux console through the serial line as explained just above
Use the root login account without password.

You can have a look at the boot log as a file for the record or have an overview in the image below:

View of system running

First of all, don't be worried by the following logs:

atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Loading configuration: microchip/ptc_cfg.bin
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Direct firmware load for microchip/ptc_cfg.bin failed with error -2
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Can't load configuration microchip/ptc_cfg.bin
atmel_ptc: probe of 800000.ptc failed with error -2

It happens only because the ptc_cfg.bin file is missing. It is the configuration file loaded by default. As we don't know which wing you are going to use there is no default configuration file provided. If you want to use a specific configuration file, you can use the PTC driver parameter configuration_file.

Helper scripts are provided in the home directory to remove the atmel_ptc module as it has not been probed successfully during the boot time and to insert the module with the appropriate configuration file:

# ls
start_ptc_qt1_mutual_demo  start_ptc_qt2_mutual_demo
start_ptc_qt1_self_demo    start_ptc_qt6_mutual_demo

Launch the script matching the QT wing you are using. For instance, for the QT1 Mutual Capacitance, do:

# ./start_ptc_qt1_mutual_demo
remove atmel_ptc driver...
load atmel_ptc module with ptc_cfg_qt1_mutual configuration...
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: Loading configuration: microchip/ptc_cfg_qt1_mutual.bin
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: firmware version: PPP_VER_006.004, tool version: MQC_VER_102
atmel_ptc 800000.ptc: date: 201802221828, description: qt1mc parameters
input: atmel_ptc_buttons as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input3
input: atmel_ptc_slider as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input1
input: atmel_ptc_wheel as /devices/platform/ahb/ahb:apb/800000.ptc/input/input2
start ptc_qt1_mutual_demo...
demo running...

Then you can play with the wing. Hit Ctrl-C to stop the demo.

ALERT! If you want to switch to another wing, please reboot the SAMA5D2 PTC EK board.

ALERT! Because of pinmuxing constraints, some LEDs or sensors are not working, it's not a bug!

You can find the source code of the PTC examples here: ptc_examples page.

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