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Does /devs/eth/arm/at91 work for SAM9 parts?
- From: Grant Edwards <grante at visi dot com>
- To: ecos-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 16:40:24 +0000 (UTC)
- Subject: [ECOS] Does /devs/eth/arm/at91 work for SAM9 parts?
There appears to be plenty of support for Atmel's SAM7
(ARM7TDMI) series of parts, and I'm trying to find out how much
work it would be to support a SAM9 part (ARM926EJ-S). The SAM9
parts supposedly have the "same programming model and
peripheral set" or somesuch marketing-speak, so it presumably
should be easy to get a a SAM7 driver working for a SAM9 part.
For example, does anybody know if the /devs/eth/arm/at91 will
work for a SAM9 part?
I'm aware that there is eCosPro support for SAM9 boards, but
I'm trying to find out how much open/free support is available.
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