akhilahmed

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  1. Hi, I am trying to use PMOD BT2 along with the ZCU104 evaluation board and referring to the guide at https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/pmod-ips/start I do not see the PMOD interfaces in the 'board' section of IP integrator. What changes do I need to add to the board.xml file? Are there any other reference guides available for using BT2 PMOD? Thanks, Akhil Ahmed R
  2. Thank you @bogdan.deac for the elaborate solution. This gives a lot of insight for further design projects too.
  3. Hi, I've started using the platform for SDSoC on Zybo-Z7 from https://github.com/Digilent/SDSoC-Zybo-Z7-20/releases. I tried creating a linux based "Hello World" application and was able to successfully run it on the board. I would like to start using GPIO and other peripherals for simple image processing application. When I add #include "xgpio.h" in my main.c file and build (found an online YouTube video demonstration), SDSoC is not able to locate the xgpio.h file. Is there a solution to this? I don't get any error when I choose freeRTOS instead of linux. Thank you!
  4. Hi, I am new to the Zybo Z7 platform. I watched a video from Xilinx on using Xilinx SDK to run a simple "Hello World" program on the on-board processor. Following the steps shown in the video would however not work, as SDK doesn't recognize the Zybo Z7 board (Zybo-Z7-20). I followed the steps shown in the tutorial here and was able to get the "Hello World" displayed on the SDK terminal. Here are my questions: 1. Do we always have to "Export Hardware" and launch SDK from Vivado? In other words, can we directly launch SDK, create a new application project and somehow select the right h