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  1. Hello All, I'm having trouble running the Ethernet echo server on my pynq board barebones. I realize that the phy is different than what the example targets, so I changed the link rate in the bsp to fixed 100Mbits and did the same on my PC driver side. Unfortunately this didn't solve the problem and telnet still gives an unable to connect when I try 192.168.1.10 7. I'm wondering if maybe it is a board files problem? I am using the files for the Arty Z7 -20, which I thought would be close enough, but maybe some of the Ethernet stuff is wired a little differently?
  2. Hello, I am trying to program a new zedboard and am having trouble programming the ps portion of the board with a bare metal application. I am following the tutorial outlined in the zynq book, in which you load some pre-written c code, which should blink some leds. Unfortunately, I keep getting stuck on the programming of the board. I select run as -> Launch On Hardware and it gets about 89% of the way though the program and then hangs on "Launching: ps7_init". Has anyone seen this before? I have tried it on both Ubuntu 16.04 and Windows 10, and both give the same problem. Furthermore, I am able to run "connect arm hw" in XMD console and it appears to work fine. I am also able to program just the PL fine as well through Vivado or SDK. I also don't think it is my header pin settings? I have them all set to gnd, which should be boot from JTAG. Other Info: Operating System: Tried on both Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 (Virtual Machine) Vivado/SDK Version: Tried on both 2016.2 and 2016.4 ZedBoard: Latest Rev (D?) Power Source: Provided wall plug into US 120v 60hz
  3. Hello, I am designing an extension board that needs to use two pmods at the same time. Does anyone know the distance between two pmods on the long side of the ZYBO? I can measure them later today, but I thought it would be better to get an exact answer if possible.