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Stopping counting for linux example

Altera_Forum
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Newbie question again, (since this is another subject I did create another topic): 

 

Using standard configuration for cyclone board, the one that comes with uClinux, a count is showed on leds and display, how do I stop that?
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Altera_Forum
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You can turn off the LED cycling in the kernel configuration. Just look around the options and somewhere you should see something like "Enable blah LEDs". 

Take that option off, and recompile the kernel. 

 

-Thomas
Altera_Forum
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Thank you!

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