Portux Panel-PC

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Sources for Linux-2.6.22-taskit4

linux-2.6.22-taskit4.tgz (54.4 MB)
Changelog.txt (531 B)

Important:
The following patch fixes booting on Stamp9261 and uses the correct pin for Dallas 1-Wire bus (serial number chip) on Stamp9261 and Stamp9261 based Panel-Cards. It applies on top of Linux 2.6.22-taskit4.
linux-2.6.22-taskit4-r1.patch (1.81 KB)

How can I program the buzzer?

How can I program the buzzer?

The Portux-Panel-PC has an inductive buzzer, which is connected to processor pin PB06. It can be used by programming a 2KHz PWM signal on Pin PB06. How this can be done is demonstrated in this example program:
http://www.armbedded.eu/download/software/buzzer-portuxpp.tar.gz

When mounting an NFS share, the mount command hangs for some time. What is wrong?

When mounting an NFS share, the mount command hangs for some time. What is wrong?

Busybox is not capable of mounting NFS shares with locking enabled. Use the option -o nolock for NFS mounts.

Patches against the OpenEmbedded .stable branch

Revision: 1494d3b97314813a18c958bcba05d7055d949241
oe-patches.tar.gz (91.89 KB)

How can I read/write registers and physical memory regions under Linux?

How can I read/write registers and physical memory regions under Linux?

This tar archive contains a simple tool providing reading and writing at physical addresses under Linux. Source code as well as binaries for OABI and EABI are included.

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