The OTG driver has configurations for host, peripheral and OTG. You can select this via the menuconfig.
>Simple (ignorant) question: can the OTG port be configured to be a host port?
I need SGX drivers for what I want to do (bring Qt/Embedded up), so I
guess it's probably better for me to wait until Rev.C boards are
ready? Or are drivers likely to be made avaliable before Rev.C boards
In order to make a decision could you please list the differencies
between Rev B and Rev C boards.
Does gadget work with the same kernel?
On Jul 23, 2008, at 5:48 AM, Andrew wrote:
> Will Rev C boards use the new, pin compatible TPS65950 instead of the
> older TWL4030?
> There was also some talk of Rev C boards being four layer. Has this
> been achived?
> When will Rev C boards be available?
Rev C will likely be about the end of the year. November, if we are
lucky. We are going to production with Rev B. The ONLY difference is
the USB EHCI port and we feel like the use cases for the USB OTG port
have been very good without the EHCI port. It would still be 6
layers. We minimized the changes to minimize the risk. We will
minimize our inventory of Rev B boards before building Rev C.
> What are your plans for Rev D boards?
The next revision after C is more open. In general, we are looking
externally for a lower-cost design using the 0.65mm ball-pitch package
and TPS659x0. As we solidify the rules for engagement, we'll be
sharing info. There is already at least one mailing list participant
who has been very active in generating ideas for this design. This
does NOT mean we'll be entertaining all ideas for stuff thrown on the
board. The board should remain 100% software compatible. We are
constrained by clearing our inventory of Rev B and C boards as well as
not making them seem obsolete. The overriding concept will simply be
> And can you please publish a list of companies than can make PCB's and
> mount the OMAP35x with POP memory in the UK or Europe?. We are having
> difficulty in finding a suitable manufacuter for a custom board
As you are looking into companies that can support PoP memory in UK/
Europe, is the issue the PoP memory, or is it the 0.4mm ball-pitch?
Hopefully some others will chime in, but I will see if I can find a
When available, it will be provided "as is" in the following formats:
Schematic...... PDF and OrCAD
PCB...............Gerbers and Allegro.
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