Getting Started Guide for Leopard Board DM355

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News

The new hardware version 1.5 of the Leopard Board DM355 is now available, one of the features it includes is USB host support.


Purpose

This Getting Started Guide (GSG) walks you through setting up the Leopard Board and installing the software.


Leopard Board overview

For an overview of the Leopard Board please see Leopard Board DM355 Overview


Hardware overview

For information on Leopard Board's hardware overview please see the Leopard Board DM355 Hardware Overview page.


Software overview

For information on Leopard Board's software overview please see the Leopard Board DM355 Software Overview page.


Hardware setup

For information on setting up the Leopard Board DM355 hardware please see the Leopard Board DM355 Hardware Setup page.


PC Host setup

If you're not a regular Linux user you may wish to consult Before the Getting Started Guide and/or Linux Host Configuration - Ubuntu for some useful info.


Restoring/Flashing Bootloaders

It is likely that you will want/need to restore or flash the bootloader on your Leopard Board. For detailed instructions on how to do this please see the Restoring/Flashing the bootloader page.


Additional Procedures

Setting Up a TFTP Server

For information on setting up a TFTP server please see the Setting up a TFTP Server page.

Leopard Board Community


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