Quoting Greg Gallagher <g...@embeddedgreg.com>:

I was able to reproduce the issue, but it only happened if I didn't
have the driver loaded.  I would try building it as a loadable module
then load it and confirm it's running using lsmod.  Then run your test


Ok, I manually loaded the module and it works. I just thought that the driver was already loaded from boot (as Analogy drivers are, for example).

Thank you very much for the help, I'll see now if using XDDP fixes the context switching problems.

- Rodrigo

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