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    Problem resolved .... note to self, remember to look more closely at simulation results, even simple modules can have simple problems.
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    jpeyron

    Compatibility Pmod Boards <-> Pmod Ports

    Hi @sourav, We do not have an ADC FMC card or a tutorial on how to use the FMC. I would suggest to look at Zedboard.org as well as the Zynq book. thank you, Jon
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    jpeyron

    XADC in zynq FPGA

    Hi @sourav, If your question is still in reference to the Zedboard then you will need to use an FMC breakout board to access the rest of the xadc signals. On page 9 of the schematic here has Bank 35 that shows which pins on the FMC are tied to the XADC. I did also find this xilinx daughter board that might be helpful as well here.
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    The Digilent Petalinux projects here all include HDMI output: https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/petalinux/start They use the Xilinx DRM driver, with an additional "slave encoder" driver that adds support for Digilent video output pipelines (both VGA and HDMI work with the driver). The linux-digilent tree includes device-tree binding Documentation for the slave encoder driver. Really, the driver just adds support to the Xilinx DRM for any sink that uses the stream2video IP core, so it is possible that it gets replaced by work that Xilinx does in the future (Last I spoke with them they weren't interested in accepting upstreamed work). I wrote the driver, feel free to ask questions. I'm not familiar with how video output in Xillinux works, I never used it. None of our designs use the Xylon cores, we are trying to keep things as free and open source as possible. What you are doing shouldn't take much work, the hard part will probably be finding the ubuntu image you want to use. You could also try to build one yourself using Petalinux (which is mostly a wrapper for Yocto).