pedro_uno

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  1. That is almost what I was looking for. I was hoping for a breakout board that took would have the 2x6 pins on one side and a little board that translates them to solderable holes. It would be ideal if there were more than two solderable holes for ground so that the wires could have some kind of ground reference. I purchased some of these. One end goes into the pmod connector. On the other side I can shove on flying wire leads and solder the other end of the leads to the unit under test. I can put shring tubing over the whole thing to try to hold it together. https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/PBC12DFCN/S2231E-12-ND/861431?utm_medium=email&utm_source=oce&utm_campaign=2645_OCE19RT&utm_content=productdetail_US&utm_cid=1041561&so=61213442&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWVdJell6azBOVFEwTTJVeSIsInQiOiJNcmRlVmtvSFVpQVJVTGRmODFjbmN2WElna0pkV2xwMWtuRWQySnhlZ1ZoRFNLbm1EaEphR0tPY2lUeVBvam9xNnUwTEVcLzhjXC9qaHlic2tNS1JXMkU0VlVHMmVFWlF4UHpVXC9cL3RNY0hjeEpaMGY1UHlkWHJsdW9tQUdFZDJ6N0cifQ%3D%3D
  2. Welcome to the club. I have found version sensitivity to be a big problem with Petalinux in general. Often an old bsp will push you back several versions of Petalinux. Then Petalinux itself is very sensitive to the OS of the host development system so you might have to go back a couple of Linux version on your workstation. This is due to the enormous number of dependencies involved with the Petalinux, Yocto, Bitbake, scheme. In one case, I figured out how to make my own Petalinux 2019.1 version of a BSP. That got me going after a week of frustration.
  3. Hello, I am looking for a simple PMOD breakout board so that I can wire a cable to it. The cable goes to an RF front end eval board that has inconvenient connections. I would like the break out board to plug directly into the 12 pin PMOD connectors of my FPGA board.