I would like to use the second core of milk-v duo. Is there a howto or API?
The CPU manufacturer is already preparing for the related work, please stay tuned.
Thanks for feedback @Carbon .
Is multi-core support for the Duo not enabled in Linux? I assumed it worked out of the box. Personally I’d run a Python multi-threading script of some sort.
Linux runs on one core, while the other core is used to run a real-time operating system (not Linux)
If I disable the RTOS, could I utilize both cores?
No, you cannot utilize both cores even if you disable the RTOS
I hope another core can run arduino, so many libraries ready for use.
Any updates on this? It’s unfortunate that the device is clearly advertised as a dual core risc-v but months after release it is not possible to use that second core for anything.
does the second core not have mmu? why is it not usable in linux?