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  1. Josh

    Nexys4 ddr resource

    The Embedded Linux Materials is about 2 months out. But the Advanced Microblaze Design with MIG, Ethernet, UART & GPIO is already out, we renamed it Getting Started with Microblaze Servers, you can check it out here, there's also a Getting Started with Microblaze here.
  2. KaitlynFranz is right, using Linux will make your life easier for this part of your project. I'd also recommend checking out Step 1 and Step 2 from the ZYBOt guide for further insight on dual-booting and getting your SD Card to work. -Josh
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    Nexys4 ddr resource

    Our apps manager should know, next I see him I'll check it out and give you an update. (It's possible that release date is TBA) -Josh
  4. On the same vein as lijieming's post, it looks like you're using a 4 GB SD card. I would recommend using an 8 GB Micro SD Card (the one we sell will not have any problems with the ZYBO, other SD cards might). Another user came across the error below while booting: -Josh
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    Nexys4-ddr Board Files

    You haven't been forgotten, I've contacted people to help you figure out what's happening. -Josh
  6. sbobrowicz is the writer of those drivers, I've contacted him so he'll be able to better answer your question. This may or may not be helpful, but you can check out the Digilent Github, this will begin to be more active now that summer has started. -Josh
  7. To boot Linux using the Linaro filesystem how we did, use an 8 GB microSD Card. 4 GBs is going to be too small. -Josh
  8. I looked through the reference manuals for the two cables and I think I found what you're looking for. In the Xilinx Zynq-7000 and SoC Support section of the JTAG-HS3 cables it says: Here's a link to the relevant section in the JTAG-HS3 reference manual. I hope this helps! -Josh
  9. Hey guys, I wanted to drop in and tell everyone that I've been working a complete ZYBOt tutorial on wiki. It's still in progress, but (hopefully) has some instructions that will be useful for people and their ZYBOs. -Josh
  10. Hi Mike, I'm unsure about the problem you're having, but I would suggest checking out this tutorial about setting up the Ubuntu on the ZYBO: In particular, Step 6 has the boot files that are needed to run Ubuntu after you have everything else ready. We are also going to be writing a new embedded systems tutorial designed specifically for the ZYBO, so stay tuned! -Josh