- Power off the board.
- Connect the JTAG port on the board with the JTAG cable to your workstation.
- Connect the serial port on the board to your workstation.
- If your system has Ethernet, also connect the Ethernet port on the board to your local network.
- Ensure that the mode switches are set to JTAG mode. Refer to the board documentation for details.
- Power on the board.
- Open a console on your workstation and start with preferred serial communication program (For example, kermit, minicom) with the baud rate set to 115200 on that console.
- Run the
petalinux-bootcommand as follows on your workstation:
$ petalinux-boot --jtag --prebuilt 3 --hw_server-url <hostname:3121>Note: If you wish not to use prebuilt capability for JTAG boot, refer to Additional Options for Booting with JTAG.
petalinux-bootto boot on hardware via JTAG, and the
--prebuilt 3option boots the Linux kernel. Wait for the appearance of the shell prompt on the command console to indicate completion of the command.Note: To know more about different boot levels for prebuilt option, see Using petalinux-boot Command with Prebuilt Images.
The example of the message on the workstation command console for successful
By default, network settings for PetaLinux reference designs are configured using DHCP. The output you see may be slightly different from the above example, depending on the PetaLinux reference design being tested.
- Type user name:
rooton the serial console to log into the PetaLinux system.
- Determine the IP address of the PetaLinux system by running ifconfig on the system console.