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Building No-OS with the ADRV9364 and ccbob-lvds. 

Question asked by SirJanA on Nov 27, 2017
Latest reply on Dec 4, 2017 by andrei_g



I have the ADRV9364 with the ccbob.  I would like to run the no os drivers however, I get this:


make -C no-OS/adrv9364z7020/ccbob_lvds/
make: Entering directory '/home/arl/no-OS/adrv9364z7020/ccbob_lvds'
rm -fr .metadata .Xil hw fsbl_bsp fsbl xilsw sw xsct.log
xsct  ../../../no-OS/scripts/xsct.tcl ZYNQ_PS7 init ../../../hdl/projects/adrv9364z7020/ccbob_lvds/adrv9364z7020_ccbob_lvds.sdk/system_top.hdf > xsct.log 2>&1


../../../no-OS/scripts/ recipe for target 'hw/system_top.bit' failed
make: *** [hw/system_top.bit] Error 1
make: Leaving directory '/home/arl/no-OS/adrv9364z7020/ccbob_lvds'


The xsct log shows this:


rlwrap: warning: your $TERM is 'xterm-256color' but rlwrap couldn't find it in the terminfo database. Expect some problems.: Inappropriate ioctl for device
Starting SDK. This could take few seconds... timeout while establishing a connection with SDK
    while executing
"error "timeout while establishing a connection with SDK""
    (procedure "getsdkchan" line 108)
    invoked from within
    (procedure "::sdk::createhw" line 26)
    invoked from within
"sdk createhw -name hw -hwspec [lindex $argv 2]"
    invoked from within
"if {$m_mode eq "init"} {


  hsi open_hw_design [lindex $argv 2]
  sdk createhw -name hw -hwspec [lindex $argv 2]


  if {$m_cpu eq "ZYNQ_PS7"} {
    (file "../../../no-OS/scripts/xsct.tcl" line 8)


I was able to make and build the hdl project with no problems.


I am using the Vivado SDK 2016.4 and I downloaded the dev branch for both no-OS and hdl.