1.1.1 Download the PetaLinux petalinux-v2019.1-final-installer.run and ZCU102 BSP for corresponding board.Petalinux user guide.
When menu opens, enable FPGA Manager (leave hw path blank)save and exit
1.1.2 System Configuration(Nothing is changed by step 1.1.2, this step may be skipped.) Change directory to
1.1.3 Kernel Configuration(Nothing is changed by step 1.1.3, this step may be skipped.) Change directory to
1.1.4 Rootfs Configuration(Nothing is changed by step 1.1.4, this step may be skipped.) Change directory to
1.1.5 Device Tree(Nothing is changed by step 1.1.5, this step may be skipped.) Change directory to
1.1.6 Building the apps, kernel and device tree blobpetalinux-create -t apps -n pl-power --enable Replace project-spec/meta-user/recipes-apps/pl-power with
Now I have to automatically run the fpgautil to download the full bitstreampetalinux-create -t apps --name startup --enableReplace project-spec/meta-user/recipes-apps/startup with
1.2 Running the Linux Design from SD ImageThe steps to run the Linux design from SD Image are as follows:
- After Building the Linux Design in 1.1, Copy image.ub and BOOT.bin to a blank (FAT32 format) SD card.
- Also copy C:\zynqus\pwr\sd\Terminals\*.bit.bin to the SD card. They contain the partial bitstreams (Vivado files).
- Also copy C:\zynqus\pwr\sd\Terminals\pl-power-init.sh to the SD card.
- Insert the SD card into the SD Card slot on the ZCU102, set Mode SW6 to Off-Off-Off-On, and power cycle the ZCU102.