适用于 AM64x 的处理器 SDK RT-Linux
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - RT-Linux Installer for sources, pre-built binaries and file system images generated using Yocto build environment
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - SD card image
Get access to latest bug fixes and feature enhancements with Yocto build environment
基于 Arm 的处理器
Quick Start Guide for the AM64X evaluation module board
Quick Start Guide for the AM64X starter kit board
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - Online SDK user manual for developers
Instructions to build RT-Linux image for AM64x using Yocto build environment
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - Instructions for creating an SD card
Learn how to build embedded Linux systems using AM64x processors
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - Download SDK user manual for offline view
Processor SDK LINUX RT AM64X - Software manifest
Thank you for your interest in PROCESSOR SDK LINUX-RT AM64X Software Development Kit (SDK). This SDK is a Linux-RT only package. The Processor SDK is a unified software platform for TI embedded processors providing easy setup and fast out-of-the-box access to benchmarks and demos. All releases of Processor SDK are consistent across TI’s broad portfolio, allowing developers to seamlessly reuse and develop software across devices.
This release adds support for production Silicon Release 2.0 High Security - Field Securable (HS-FS) devices. For more information, please see the Migration Guide.
TI Linux CI/CD Snapshot
In order to improve access to the very latest bug fixes and feature enhancements, TI is enabling Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) for AM64x processors. The patches for these changes have always been available on public repositories hosted on git.ti.com, and these source repositories could be built using the Yocto build environment on a daily basis. The new TI Linux CI/CD Snapshot makes it even easier to consume these changes with pre-built binaries of Linux boot images to try out on TI Evaluation Modules (EVMs and SKs) before migrating or picking the patches. A detailed test report is also published to help users understand the status of the build and features being validated. The Linux boot images from a snapshot can be regenerated using sources by following the build instructions provided on the snapshot page.
The daily snapshot is not a replacement for the official Processors SDK releases which have full documentation, training and support. The snapshot is a new easy way to try bug fixes and feature enhancements planned for the next SDK while enabling much more tighter integration with customizations and application development. This improved integration should allow users to release their customized code built on the SDKs more quickly and confidently.
- Linux embedded software support
- Long-term Stable (LTS) Linux kernel support
- Board support package
- File system
- Support for High Security - Field Scalable and Security Enforced and General Purpose (GP) devices