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WHuan32
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To directly access Quark x1000's register in Linux

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Hello,

If I want to access Quark x1000's register in Linux, how can I do?

For example, Real-Time Clock I/O Register 0x70~0x77, which tools do I need ?

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Sergio_A_Intel
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Hi,

Take a look at the Quark datasheet http://www.intel.com/support/processors/quark/sb/CS-035231.htm Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC — X1000 Datasheet section 2.12. Here you'll find some information on the RTC signals. Section 21.10 also contains information on the RTC, such as signal description characteristics, interrupts, features and register maps.

Now as for the access methods for the registers go to section 5 "Register Access Methods".

You can also find useful information in http://www.intel.com/support/processors/quark/sb/CS-035210.htm Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC — Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC Software Developer's Manual for Linux*

Sergio

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Sergio_A_Intel
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Hi,

Take a look at the Quark datasheet http://www.intel.com/support/processors/quark/sb/CS-035231.htm Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC — X1000 Datasheet section 2.12. Here you'll find some information on the RTC signals. Section 21.10 also contains information on the RTC, such as signal description characteristics, interrupts, features and register maps.

Now as for the access methods for the registers go to section 5 "Register Access Methods".

You can also find useful information in http://www.intel.com/support/processors/quark/sb/CS-035210.htm Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC — Intel® Quark&# 153; SoC Software Developer's Manual for Linux*

Sergio

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