When you get your done would you mind posting something so the rest of us can use it? I really liked what Chris did for the hardware accelerated codecs:
Thanks in Advance,
The binaries were probably not targeted to the OMAP3730. The source needs to be compiled with Linux (libraries and include files) on the BeagleBoard OMAP3730 development system. I have spoken with the FAE from Wi2Wi and he is certain that we will be able to do a host/target build of the WiFi chip driver to the Gumstix FireSTORM. There is one catch though. While you can buy a BeagleBoard OMAP3730 development system from several electronic supply houses, it seems that there is some special Linux "Black Magic" that Wi2Wi supplies when you buy the BeagleBoard customized by them. We currently are waiting for ours to be built.
From: Eric Diethorn <ejd@mh...> - 2012-12-06 16:29:40
I'd be happy to post anything useful. At this time we are just seeing kernel
chokes on the driver/firmware, so it may be Gumstix vs Beagleboard thing as
wrm suggests below.
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