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Processor SDK Linux IPC
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- Linux, RT-Linux: http://software-dl.ti.com/processor-sdk-linux/esd/docs/latest/linux/index.html
- RTOS: http://software-dl.ti.com/processor-sdk-rtos/esd/docs/latest/rtos/index.html
- Android: http://software-dl.ti.com/processor-sdk-android/esd/docs/latest/android/index.html
IPC is a genric term of Inter-Processor Communication referred widely in the industry, but also a package in TI Processor SDK for multi-core communication. In generic usage, there are different ways for multi-core communication such as OpenCL, DCE, TI-IPC, and etc. In TI's IPC package, it uses a set of modules to facilitate the inter-processor communication. The documents below provide overview to different ways of inter-processor communication and more details by following links in each of the subject. The TI IPC User's Guide is also provided for reference.
|Multiple Ways of ARM/DSP Communication||Provides brief overview of each method and pros and cons|
|IPC Quick Start Guide||Building and setting up examples for IPC with Processor SDK|
|IPC User's Guide||TI IPC User's Guide|
Starting IPC project
|Linux IPC on AM57xx||General info on IPC under Linux environment for AM57xx|
|Running IPC example on DRA7xx/AM572x||Info on running RTOS IPC examples on DRA7xx/AM572x|
|Training video on how to Run IPC example on AM572x||Step-by-step Video on running the IPC examples under Linux environment on AM572x|
|AM57x Customizing Multicore Application||Info and guide to customize memory usage for custom design based on AM57x|
|Modifying Memory Usage For IPUMM using DRA7xx||Info on modifying memory usage of IPU for DRA7xx|