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SH-3 DSP reference design for embedded Linux.

Started by Daniel Han'czewski March 31, 2004
Dear all,

I'm looking for a reference design of Renesas SH-3 DSP (to be exact 
SH7727) to build my own board, that I could run embedded Linux on. I 
have searched the web but it seems that there are many examples of 
embedded software but not hardware. Can anyone help me with this? 
Generally I know how the board should be as far as I write my own 
software. However I would like to be sure that the same configuration 
(boot,SDRAM and Flash spaces and type of used memories) allows me to 
seamlessly try embedded Linux.

Best regards
Wlad

>Dear all, > >I'm looking for a reference design of Renesas SH-3 DSP (to be exact >SH7727) to build my own board, that I could run embedded Linux on. I >have searched the web but it seems that there are many examples of >embedded software but not hardware. Can anyone help me with this? >Generally I know how the board should be as far as I write my own >software. However I would like to be sure that the same configuration >(boot,SDRAM and Flash spaces and type of used memories) allows me to >seamlessly try embedded Linux. > >Best regards >Wlad > >
Hi Wlad! Have you found something for SH7727??? Because I am also starting to investigate the embedded linux issue for SH7727. I am waiting for your answer! Best Regards! Gergely This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on www.EmbeddedRelated.com