I am not sure what you are trying to do so this could be way off,  have you thought about using the PWM signals?  How fast can they switch at?

On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Giovanni C <ucasano@gmail.com> wrote:

Is there any ready-to-use board from gumstix, like the pinto-th, to have gpmc
signals ?
I do not really want to make a custom PCB at the moment... if not necessary!

I ran the toggle test, sure, on a modified version of your code.

I suggest you to free the gpio before exiting the modules: if you do not do
this, after rmmod you will not
be able to insmod again: check!


ScottEllis wrote:
>
> I think you ran the irq latency test. Write a value other then 1 to
> /dev/irqlat and it will do the gpio toggle test.
>
> GPMC clock is 166 MHz
> http://old.nabble.com/Overo-GPMC-speed-to30183347.html#a30185260
>
> QNX - I don't know, but doubt it. I think you'll still need hardware
> support for that speed.
>
>

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