arm cpu

May 23, 2010 at 11:39 AM

I downloaded the RDK today, and noticed the there seemed to be some support form arm omap3430 cpu's. Unfortunately it was commented out with an acompanying statement about some internal bug needing to be resolved. Looking over the site I find no reference or indication this will ever be fixed. Worse even from my point of view so far this project looks quite dead.

Maybe someone could enlighten me as to the current situation of things like this.



May 23, 2010 at 11:52 AM

Hello bzuidgeest,

I haven't worked with Singularity and arm cpu's, so I can't tell whether the drivers work.

The Singularity project is not dead, however it is no longer developed by Microsoft. Since the RDK it has been given away to the community and is currently mostly developed by students and universities. For example I am extending Singularity's I/O subsystem as part of my Master thesis. If you have some experience with arm and you would like to work with Singualrity then maybe you can fix the arm support code.