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Old 09-09-2011, 10:41 AM   #1
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Linux Embedded programming books for TI DM368


After going through TI's DM368 training I am able to do video, but since I am new to Linux I am still missing some basic knowledge. I have no idea on how to work with GPIO's or set the DM368 time, or even use the A/D. I can do that all day long using a PIC, but not with the DM368. Is there a book or something that helps me understand Linux Embedded programing versus system programming. I think I have enough knowledge with system programming,but I think I am lacking the bottom half.

Could someone direct me to the right place?

By the way no one helped at TI forum, so I am hopping someone here will be kind enough to help.

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Hi javierhernandez, Welcome to LQ. Possibly these will help.

Good luck. ;-)
Old 09-12-2011, 05:05 PM   #3
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Any other suggestion? I need something that shows me how to talk to the hardware.



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