I would like to build SD Linux image for ZC706 and AD9375
I would like to work with IIO Oscilloscope and with Matlab from Windows
I tried the instructions in the link below with version 20 December 2019 release (2019_R1 RC)
The directory zynq-zc706-adv7511-adrv9375 was not created
I looked at previous answers on the subject and could not find an answer that was successful
I will be happy to get suggestions
I guess you are using Win32Diskimager to write the image into the sd card. Please refer below link:
Moving this post to Linux SW driver forum for more comments.
I checked and you're right, AD9375 folder is not created in latest release image nor in previous ones.
It will be in the next one but until then I recommend you to build the devicetree manually and just add it on root of your BOOT partition.
The BOOT.BIN should be taken from zynq-zc706-adv7511-adrv9371 folder as is shared between ADRV9371 and ADRV9375.
To build the devicetree you can follow the instructions presented here:wiki.analog.com/.../zynq
The build command should be:
After you just copy the devicetree on root of SD card BOOT partition and should be ready to go.
Thank you for the answer.
Is it possible to for you to build and send the dtb file?
I am new to Linux and was not able to build it yet.
Also, does it depend on the libiio for Windows version, Matlab version or Matlab toolboxes version?
Please try the files attached bellow.
I included devicetree and BOOT.BIN
The uImage is the generic one that you can take from boot partition and zynq-common folder.
Thanks very much. I was able to use the files you provided to transmit\receive a signal using Matlab.
I used the 9371.m example without changes and I am trying to understand how it worked.
Can you share the dts file that you used? Does it refer to ad9375 or ad9371?
Can you resend the link from your original answer (it got lost after I replied)?
"To build the devicetree you can follow the instructions presented here:wiki.analog.com/.../zynq"