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Getting Started with OMAP-L138 Linux SDK

The Software Development Kit (SDK) for the OMAP-L138 provides a set of pre-tested system software components that enable OEMs to quickly develop applications based on the OMAP-L138 and related processors. These kits include the Linux kernel, boot-loader, middleware, device drivers, DSP software components, an application framework, as well as build tools. By making all the basic system software components immediately available, the kit allows developers to focus on their application code, where they can add the most differentiation. This software is free and does not require any run-time royalties. This SDK is optimized for the OMAP-L138/TMS320C6748 Evaluation Module (EVM) and the OMAP-L138 Low-Cost Development Kit.

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