I'm using the AD9082-FMCA-EBZ FMC board and Xilinx ZCU102 board to evaluate the DACs and ADCs. I followed the Quick Guide and Kuiper Linux SD Card Guide.
I managed to create the boot SD card and run the IIO oscilloscope on the PC to monitor and control the board.
I also cloned the HDL Ref Design and compiled and build it successfully.
Now, I need to manipulate the HDL reference ( only the data flow, not the Zynq part), produce a new FPGA bit file, and update the boot files on the SD card in such a way that it loads the new FPGA image but the same Linux driver and software. How can I do it?
Probably, what I need is the Petalinux project + Application. So I can use petalinux-package --prebuilt --fpga to pack the Linux kernel with my own FPAG bit stream.
Thanks for your help in advance.