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Linux on Zedboard with FCOMMS1

Question asked by Feel_The_Byrne on Dec 2, 2016
Latest reply on Dec 8, 2016 by Feel_The_Byrne


      I'm following this guide Linux with HDMI video output on the ZED, ZC702 and ZC706 boards [Analog Devices Wiki]  to install Linux on a Zedboard for use with an ADI FCOMMS1 board, but I'm having trouble. I've downloaded the reference design files for the FCOMMS1 board but cannot get the .tcl scripts to build in Vivado, getting errors like:


couldn't read file "../scripts/adi_env.tcl": no such file or directory
    while executing
"source ../scripts/adi_env.tcl"
    (file "axi_ad9122/axi_ad9122_ip.tcl" line 3)


I've looked through similar questions like this online and still can't resolve the problem. I installed Vivado 2014.2 as it's advertised that the last stable release of the FCOMMS1 reference files were for that release. I also installed git, cloned the repository and tried to build the .tcl files contained there, but it still didn't work.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.