yes you have to configure the kernel.
you have to add support for gpmc nand.
gpmc-nand.c is the gpmc nand driver for omap3 and omap4.
look at the board-overo.c file for an example of adding a gpmc driver.
On Jul 10, 1:39 am, 유창 김 <noco3...@gmail.com> wrote:
> In that post, I can't find any useful information.
> If I connect FPGA with 16-bit NAND configuration,
> What should I do to access FPGA in OMAP4. (Ubuntu 11.04)
> Do I have to configure Ubuntu kernel?
> How I can use gpmc-nand.c file to communication?
> On 7월10일, 오전2시20분, prpplague <dave123...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > see this thread:
> > On Jul 8, 11:32 pm, 유창 김 <noco3...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I want to communicate OMAP and Cyclone IV FPGA through GPMC.
> > > Is there any driver for GPMC module in OMAP?
> > > Or do I have to write new driver for FPGA?
> > > And in exapnsion connector in Pandaboard,
> > > there are no pins for gpmc_a[25:16]...
> > > So we must use NAND configuration??
> > > Please help me....- 원본 텍스트 숨기기 -
> > - 원본 텍스트 보기 -
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