Tag: XMOS startKIT

XMOS startKIT running on Crunchbang

Wanted to look at xTimecomposer and the  XMOS startKit so I dived into crunchbang again.

You need to do the following first:

Create a file “/etc/udev/rules.d/99-xmos.rules” with the following contents:



Note: The ATTRS, MODE and SYMLINK stanzas must be all on one line, as each rule can only be on one line.

Now tell udev to reload to ensure the new rules file is added:

It is also necessary to unplug and re-plug the USB cable to allow udev to recognise the device with the new rules. Alternatively trigger a re-plug in udev with either the “udevadm trigger” or “udevtrigger” command, depending on the version of udev in your Linux distribution.

Copied from: http://www.xcore.com/questions/1973/how-enable-usb-drivers-linux-development-tools

Anyway,

Te code examples are nice for now. It just shows you enough to want more.

XMOS xTime composer

XMOS xTime composer

XMOS startKIT build error 1073741790

Got this XMOS startKIT. Now it looks like you can do some nice things with it. It comes with xTime Composer 13.0.1 (installed on Windows 8.1 64bit) but whenever I try to build an example project I get this error:

Posted it on the xmos forum but who know someone will read it here and knows how I can fix this.

Update: 21-12-2013

Found out the problem.. Google is your friend and showed me an Avast page: Source

Error code 0xC0000022. (-1073741790) is given when user system files are tried to move to the Virus Chest

So so tried to put the XMOS install folder to the exclude items (bitdefender) and now I can build, debug and  flash it to the startKIt.