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Use of the AT91 ADC driver Introduction This is the description of the Microchip AT91 ADC driver. It is used for SoC based on ARM9 cores and SAMA5D3 and SAMA5D...
Welcome to 1 Welcome to the main starting point for Linux OS on SAM products. Its aim is to centralize information about Linux kernel and open source projects on...
Software Tools SAM BA (SAM Boot Assistant In system Programmer) can run on: Windows 32 bit and 64 bit Linux x86 and x86 64 (Cf. Tested Linux distributions...
OpenEmbedded / Yocto Project / Poky: build from sources How to build Poky for AT91 Note that building an entire distribution is a long process. It also requires...
SAM BA 3 subsections Install SAM BA software in your PC In addition to the official SAM BA pages on http://www.microchip.com, we maintain information about SAM BA...
Board Template Page Kit Information Kit Overview Access the console Demo Demo archives Play with the demo Build From source code Setup ARM Cross Compiler...
Linux4SAM Software tools AT91Bootstrap U Boot / barebox Linux Kernel Open source solutions Yocto Project Buildroot Boards SAMA5D27 SOM1 EK...
UsingISC (Image Sensor Controller) Introduction This page describes how to configure and use of the ISC in SAMA5D2 SoC with the image sensors. The Image Sensor...
Convert SAM BA scripts This page can help you convert your SAM BA script from one revision of SAM BA to the other. We made some little changes to the SAM BA API and...
Crypto hardware acceleration Introduction This page is mainly about how to use crypto hardware acceleration in OpenSSL.Many internet applications such as OpenSSH...
USB gadget configuration Introduction This page is mainly about how to configure USB Gadget on Linux kernel. Problem statement USB Gadget ConfigFS is an interface...
How to use Pulse Width Modulation driver Introduction This page describes how PWM could be configured, debugged and used on SAMA5D2 devices. Since linux...
Using the SAMA5D2 compatible ADC device Introduction This page describes how to test the features of the SAMA5D2 compatible ADC device. This driver uses the Industrial...
How to use the Atmel KMS/DRM LCD driver Introduction Since linux 3.18 at91, the recent Atmel SoCs have a new LCD driver that is based on the Linux KMS/DRM sub system...
UsingMaxTouch Introduction The maXTouch Series features a complete portfolio of high performance single chip controllers designed to address every touchscreen size...
SD card boot for AT91SAM SoC Introduction This page is mainly about how to make a bootable SD card for AT91SAM SoCs. It also includes some FAQs about SD card...
ConnectModuleFromPDA Connection Summary There are two types of display module used on the SAMA5D2, SAMA5D3, SAMA5D4 Xplained boards and SAMA5D27 SOM1 EK, TM43xx,...
Driver Model in U Boot Introduction Driver model in U Boot is to provide a consistent model for U Boot drivers and the platform data / device tree information used...
Using Ultra Low Power mode 1 (ULP1) on SAMA5D2 Introduction In products like the SAMA5D2 the Ultra Low Power mode 1 is available to gain even more power when the...
Yocto Project FAQ The obp utils do install task fails When building a distribution including the meta atmel layer, I have an error which state that the obp...
GUI Solutions Crank Software Storyboard Suite for Atmel Microcontrollers Create rich UIs for Atmel Microcontrollers quickly and with ease using Crank Software...
FAQ classification base form of Linux4SAM This is the base form for classification for Linux4SAM. Form Definition Name Type Size Values Tooltip...
Recent update of FAQ This is the recent update of FAQ based on classification defined by WebFaqBaseForm FAQ updates by Boards $ Sama5d27Som1EK: $ Sama5d2Xplained...
AT91SAM9x5 EK Board SoC Features Recent FAQ
SAMA5D3 Xplained Board SoC Features Recent FAQ
SAMA5D4 Xplained Board SoC Features Recent FAQ
SAMA5D2 Xplained Board SoC Features Recent FAQ
Linux Kernel 4.9 Linux 4.9 for AT91 source code The Linux kernel for Microchip ARM Based PMUs (aka AT91) is distributed as a GIT tree hosted on GitHub as...
Dedicated page on U Boot wiki: http://www.denx.de/wiki/U Boot/SourceCode You can easily download U Boot source code from GitHub U Boot repository: clone the Linux4sam...
Configure AT91Bootstrap sama5d3xek Assuming you are at the AT91Bootstrap root directory, you will find a board/sama5d3xek folder which contains several default...
Now we Configure and Build kernel for board: $ make ARCH arm sama5 defconfig HOSTCC scripts/basic/fixdep HOSTCC scripts/kconfig/conf.o SHIPPED scripts/kconfig...
SAMA5D27 SOM1 Evaluation Kit SoC Features Recent FAQ
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...
Connect the SAM BA with USB Install SAM BA software in your PC 172677.700868 usb 2 1.4.4: new full speed USB device number 31 using ehci pci 172677.792677 usb...
Create a SD card with the demo You need a 1 GB SD card (or more) and to download the image of the demo. The image is compressed to reduce the amount of data to download...
Demo archives linux4sam 5.7 Pre built Demo Demo archives linux4sam 5.6 Pre built Demo Demo archives linux4sam 5.5 Pre built Demo Demo archives linux4sam...
tag Kernel Pre built Demo Media type Board Screen Binary Description Yocto Project / Poky based demo NAND Flash \ AT91SAM9x...
Common to most of the boards Serial terminal configuration common Exceptions: sama5d2 revision A , only to access the ROMCode through serial interface and...
Older boards Getting Started for SAMA5D3 EK SAMA5D3 EK page Getting Started for SAMA5D4 EK SAMA5D4 EK page Getting Started SAM9 Introduction This...
Linux Kernel Ecosystem Kernel Archives is the primary site for the Linux kernel source. All Linux kernel versions, including latest snapshot or `release candidate...
Using ISI (Image Sensor Interface) Introduction This page is mainly about how to enable and configure the ISI in AT91SAM SoCs for different image sensors. The...
U Boot Introduction Das U Boot the Universal Boot Loader website is the main entry point for this bootloader / debugging tool available on several processors...
Linux Kernel legacy Linux 3.6.9 for AT91 source code The Linux kernel for Atmel ARM based SoC (aka AT91) is distributed as a GIT tree hosted on GitHub as a...
Linux Kernel 4.1 Linux 4.1 for AT91 source code The Linux kernel for Atmel SMART Processor Based PMUs (aka AT91) is distributed as a GIT tree hosted on...
Linux Kernel 3.18 Linux 3.18 for AT91 source code The Linux kernel for Atmel ARM based SoC (aka AT91) is distributed as a GIT tree hosted on GitHub as a fork...
Linux Kernel 3.10 Linux 3.10 for AT91 source code The Linux kernel for Atmel ARM based SoC (aka AT91) is distributed as a GIT tree hosted on GitHub as a fork...
AT91Bootstrap Introduction AT91Bootstrap is the 2nd level bootloader for Atmel AT91 SoC providing a set of algorithms to manage the hardware initialization such...
Setup ARM Cross Compiler Ubuntu: In Ubuntu, you can install the ARM Cross Compiler by doing: sudo apt get install gcc arm linux gnueabi export CROSS COMPILE...
Shutdown / Wake Up FAQ Use the Wake Up function on AT91SAM9x5 EK board There are two options to wake up the board: using the WAKE UP button located on...
How to use record audio stream with PDMIC Introduction The Pulse Density Modulation Interface Controller (PDMIC) is a mono PDM interface controller and decoder that...

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