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ADV7511 Vivado design and ZedBoard

Question asked by resalmon on Jun 30, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 14, 2014 by resalmon

Hello everyone!

 

I'm trying to launch Linux on my Zedboard using this tutorial.

I managed to boot Linux in design from zedboard.org. But, unfortunately, I have the necessity to cusromize the design.

It worked fine when I used the XPS Reference Design. After downloading the fpgahdl_xilinx-edk_14_4_2013_08_02.zip I found all the project files inside and ready to go.

 

But now when I follow the instructions from here I get a Vivado project where PS and a module called axi_iic_main are present. But those modules are not connected to each other. Besides, they are not connected to a clock source and so on and so forth (see screenshot attached).

I downloaded the hdl-master folder from github, cd-ed to hdl-master\projects\adv7511\zed and launched the script called "system_project.tcl". The tutorial says I am able to export the hardware to SDK exactly after building the project with the script provided.

 

So my question is, how do I obtain a VIVADO Reference Design for Zedboard with HDMI so that I can generate a .bit file, launch Linux and improve the design with my own features?

Now I understand absolutely nothing.

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