Please forgive my lack of experience, but I’m struggling to find answers online
If I wanted to make some standard GPIO applications (e.g. SPI communication), should I be using the NSight IDE or ‘CUDA’ Libraries to do it?
I came across JetsonHacks GPIO example, but I would like to be able to debug the application (is NSight a suitable environment to do this with?)
I’m struggling to understand what CUDA/NSight actually does, or if it’s relevant to what I’m doing. I just want to be able to do some I/O SPI (for the moment) and find my feet with what the Jetson TX1 has to offer. I have been able to debug some of the CUDA samples from a host machine using NSight but I can’t seem to figure out how to do a simple ‘hello world’ via NSight.
Any beginners guide links would be fantastic, and once again, I’m sorry for having to post this. I’m just struggling to find clear guides.