I designed my project with zc702, and passed the test using the ADI no-OS test program.
For making HDMI work on Linux, I download the kernel source and build it, just same to Building the Zynq Linux kernel and devicetrees from source(link: https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-build/generic/zynq), the only difference is not using Linaro Ubuntu destop as root file, system, but a simple file system based on busybox(support fbset cmd). the Linux can boot up without error priinted, and the /dev/fb is created, however the HDMI output can not work well:
1. the boot log can not display. the penguin in screen is incomplete, but pieces not in order.
2. I write a test program to fill fb with some color, the image in screen is different with program writed, and the image keep flashing just like repeatly display two different image.
3. I can change resolution by fbset and verify the setting by readback current mode by command of cat /xxx/xxx/mode, but when test hdmi_clk signal by OSC, it always run at 148.5Mhz, even when I change fb to 1280*768.
I also found that the screen is not stable at startup until I choose a resolution when I do the no-OS test experiment.
So, what should I do to fix it? did I make some mistakes?
thanks for your reply. I have found the solution. it because I set a wrong ddr part, DA-107 in a xilinx pdf. after change to HX15E and update the fsbl, the board work well in any resolution.
From the HDL point of view, is this: https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/hdl/tree/master/projects/adv7511/zc702 what you use?
the version of noOS ，vivado and linux kernel are 2018r2，I designed my project but the part of hdmi display keep same with ADI design.