[En-Nut-Discussion] Olimex SAM9-L9260 board
Lars Tore Skau
larstore at gmail.com
Sun Jun 8 21:39:23 CEST 2008
I have used the SAM9260 board from Olimex with ethernut for a while now, and
it works great..
Most of the drivers that are made for the sam7ex265 can be modified to work
with this board.
The SAM-BA utility works great also.. Olimex has a modified version, but the
newest version from Atmel can also be used (just have to make sure the nand
flash ID is added to the configuration)
The main difference beween the Atmel EK board and this board is:
- Different PHY (micrel istead of davicom) and Olimex use MII mode (istead
of RMII on the EK)
- Different NAND
- Uses the PQFP package insted of the BGA(on the EK)
On 6/8/08, Alain M. <alainm at pobox.com> wrote:
> I have one SAM9-L9260. It is a nice little board, it is 99% compatible
> with Atmel's-EK, and it runs Linux out of the box.
> I recomned it highly!
> The only strange thing about it (the 1% above) is that the NAND flash is
> not recognized by SMA-BA (Atmel's util), but maybe it can be configured.
> Ernst Stippl escreveu:
> > Hi!
> > I want to check out the MMU which is part of the ARM9 chips.
> > The Atmel AT91SAM9260 Evaluation Kit sells for 560$-750$ while Olimex
> > their
> > SAM9-L9260 board http://www.olimex.com/dev/sam9-L9260.html for 139.95$
> > 1) Has anybody used the Olimex SAM9-L9260 so far? (i.e. any reason NOT to
> > use it?)
> > 2) I also found the
> > "[En-Nut-Discussion] ARM9 - Problem to run events app. from
> > Message dated March 9th 2008. Has this problem been solved?
> > 3) Any experience with the ARM9 MMU (used for memory protection) out
> > Thanks & Regards
> > Ernst
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