[meta-xilinx] microZed using meta-topic

andrey andrey at elphel.com
Sun Mar 23 20:48:44 PDT 2014


we only have one Microzed board, and it is 010. So 020 is not tested (and I do not know - there could be some other changes like different MIO pins assigned to the same functions). It would be nice if somebody with 020 could test it, the default settings are rather verbose so there should be some output to view even if the differences will prevent the board to completely boot. When ezynq runs, it generates detailed HTML output showing what it programmed, generated ezynq.c also has verbose comments.


---- On Sun, 23 Mar 2014 20:39:05 -0700 Alan DuBoff<aland at softorchestra.com> wrote ---- 

On Sun, March 23, 2014 8:22 pm, andrey wrote: 
> Alan, 
> Oleg did the last updates (to make use of the SPL) and tested it on Microzed, 
> ZV706 and our camera board - http://wiki.elphel.com/index.php?title=Ezynq - 
> did you try this version? The Yocto_tests page seems to be older but as fas as 
> I know meta-ezynq is updated too. Oleg will be able to to provide details 
> tomorrow. http://sourceforge.net/p/elphel/ezynq/ci/master/tree/ is definitely 
> current and includes the binary images in addition to the source code. 
> And regarding other software - I'm now using Eclipse IDE instead of Vivado GUI 
> with support of both Vivado and ISE. Here is how it looks like: 
> http://sourceforge.net/p/elphel/EclipseVDT/ci/master/tree/doc.vdt_1.1.0/VDT-UserManualAddendum.pdf 
> Andrey 
I spoke just a tad too soon, and it seems that changing the SRC_URI_uboot = 
"https://github.com/Xilinx/u-boot-xlnx.git" does in fact allow it to fetch. 
The default git prefix doesn't work. I had been setting it to 
"https://github.com/Xilinx/u-boot-xlnx.git;protocol=https" specific, but it 
obviously doesn't like it when the protocol is specified. 
BTW, as a test, can you clone the u-boot-xlnx repo using the default URI ? 
Try it with https, the command line version wants the .git extension. That 
works for me. 
Then I could fetch, unpack, patch, compile, and finally had a working 
u-boot-ezynq, AFAICT. 
I built both u-boot-ezynq BSPs for zedboard and microzed. 
I need to wrap this project up and hand it over, so I'm hoping this will be a 
decent build for all 3 boards. 
On question, does the microzed support both the 7Z010 and 7Z020 CPUs ? 

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