[asterisk-dev] Porting asterisk to i.mx 27
skoroneos at digital-opsis.com
Tue Jul 22 01:24:03 CDT 2008
Yes meetme needs a 1Khz timming and ztdummy looks at different ways to
Kernel and RTC are two of them.
If your board has a way to produce a 1Khz irq then you could use that also
(you'll need to patch ztdummy but that is rather trivial modification)
As for non x86 system I have tested asterisk/zaptel 1.2 on powerpc (AMCC and
Freescale), Xscale and MIPS.
Stelios S. Koroneos
Digital OPSiS - Embedded Intelligence
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> Vadim Lebedev
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> Subject: [asterisk-dev] Porting asterisk to i.mx 27
> I'm in process of porting asterisk and zaptel to an embdedded
> platform based on Freescale i.MX27 SOC (ARM based)
> I'll need meetme functionality on the target, so i need to
> have working ztdummy driver.
> Reading the source of the driver (and various posts on this
> list) it seems that i'll need to fix HZ kernel conf var to
> 1000 (instead of 100) for conf calls to work correctly.
> Is the above analisys correct?
> Does anybody have experience wirth meetme on embedded (non
> X86) platforms?
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