I found the solution here:
Which says: Initially the XUP USB JTAG cable would show up in the device manager under "Programming cables" as a "Xilinx Embedded Platform USB…
If you want to run the program using JTAG you program the fpga first (from the tools menu) then run the generated .elf file (from the run menu).
If you want to build a flash image that uses this bitstream and boots the no-os app you can take a look at…
I have been trying to load analog devices axi-dma driver (from analog devices kernel), but with no luck so far.
Every time I tried to load it, I got an internal error:
Unhandled fault: imprecise externel abort (0x406) at 0xbf000000
pgd = 5be1d2a8…
I agree that the SD card would be the easiest solution.
Exactly for this usecase we release periodically a prebuilt SD card image that contains all that's required to get started on any of the projects that we support.
Please just follow the instruction…
We are not sure why the "2" ended up there - it is just rev "F". (most likely because it was prototyped outside our normal processes due to some library issues we were having internally checking in the schematics to our internal tools…
The ADRV9361-Z7035 Board is designed for space and optimum performance. You can use as it is. The capacitors are added in the power supply for better noise filtering.
Olim said:- Is it feasible to use the card without any intermediate abstraction layer/tool/library? We need to access the IF stream without going through any intermediate logic. Instead, we plan to implement our own FPGA logic using Xilinx Vivado.
I would suggest using Xilinx's forum for questions regarding their tools.
Thanks for your quick reply.
I am working on adrv9361-z7035 and I have to create project for this in vivado bur for that we required the board support files. Kindly guide me where can I get this files?