hdmi is not working on vc707 with linux , how to configure .dts file related to vc707 adv7511
The XPS projects are deprecated and no longer officially supported by the latest software package and have not been updated in a while. They might work, or they might not work.
For a more up to date and tested projects please use the Vivado projects from the hdl repository.
Unfortunately we do not officially support video out on Linux for the Microblaze based designs. The driver are the same as for the ZYNQ based platforms, but they have not been tested and verified on the Microblaze based systems, so there might be corner cases where they do not work correctly.
You'll probably be able to make it work, but unfortunately and I apologize for that, we can't provide too much support for it. So if it does not work, you are on your own figuring out why it does not work.
The Microblaze reference designs do not have video out support at the moment. If you want to use it you have to add support for it to the HDL design and then configure the devicetree accordingly. For an example of the HDMI output complex dts entries have a look at e.g. the zed board devicetree.
fpgahdl_xilinx/cf_adv7511_vc707 at master · analogdevicesinc/fpgahdl_xilinx · GitHub
We tried above project, this is working fine as standalone with no-OS software
on same bit file we tried in Linux by modifying dts file with zed board dts file as a reference
with enabling i2c debug mode, we can be able to see driver is probed and assign fb0
but we are not seeing any boot up image on HDMI screen & HDMI monitor is not enabled.
Can you be more clear about video out support at the moment? Do you mean axi_vdma ip integration or something else?
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