I had compiled "linux-master" download from adi , and use its Image to start linux at ZCU102, so my board hadn't libiio.
1：I install OSC at PC(WIN10-64) and config the PC ip addr: 192.168.1.89
2：I start the ZCU102 and config ip addr：192.168.1.99
3：ping 192.168.1.89 at ZCU102 board, Its connect successfull.
4：I start the IIO OSC at WINDOWS and set the Host name is : 192.168.1.99.
5：I click the refrush button, and the IIO Devices context show "No iio devices found".
6：I capture the network package by wireshark ,found there has communication between PC and ZCU102
please help me to solve this issue, thank you!
Are you using our default SD card image?
Downloaded from here: https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-software/embedded_arm_images
In order to use libiio remote connections, you must have libiio installed on the target ZCU102 board.
In addition iiod must be running as well.
sorry the Image can't run normaly at our ZCU102 revision1.1 board. Its seems only fit old ZCU102 revision1.0 。So I have to use the ADI "linux-master" compiled.
Could you provide me a arm-linux libiio and iiod or some documents about how to compile that.
I had a doubt that the "2018_R1-2018_06_26.img" have not contain filesystem, only "Image, uboot, fsbl,et". So the Iibiio and iiod packaged in the Image?
The image also support ZCU102 revision 1.1 - the issue might be that your DDR4 SODIMM is new - see here:
You need to build your FSBL/BOOT.BIN using Vivado 2018.3.
Leon_yang said:Could you provide me a arm-linux libiio and iiod or some documents about how to compile that.
If you use our image it will be already compiled.
Libiio is available as
Not sure what you're using right now.
The image has a FAT32 partition for boot files, and a ext4 partition with a complete ubuntu userspace.