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  1. Hi, Where can I find a tutorial to run 'Hello World' with Vivado 2020.1 and Vitis to run on Nexys A7-100T ? I've searched everywhere, including this forum, and couldn't find a tutorial. I tried a tutorial on YouTube for the Artix 7, and I'm unable to generate a bitstream. I get this critical warning: [Vivado 12-1411] Cannot set LOC property of ports, Cannot set PACKAGE_PIN property of ports, port reset_0 can not be placed on PACKAGE_PIN C12 because the PACKAGE_PIN is occupied by port reset. Please note that for projects targeting board parts, user LOC constraints cann
  2. Hello I tried HelloWorld example in Vitis and Vivado 2019.2 and this worked well until programming FPGA. Because I have only one USB cable to connect into zedboard PROG port or UART port, I ran a HelloWorld program with "RunAs -> Launch on Hardware(System Project Debug)" with connecting cable to PROG port and reconnected to UART port to receive outputs from zedboard. However, I got weird results(e.g. there is no outputs or there is outputs but garbled). After that, I borrowed a cable from my friend and also connected it to zedboard, and I rerun program and got appropria
  3. I'm using Vivado 2019 and a Zedboard, trying to implement "HelloWorld" in PS and output "Hello World" at PC terminal.but it doesn't work. usb-uart and usb-jtag is connected with PC (Win10) i'm using mio-46,47 to uart0 please help me... my step: 1. vivado open block design > HDL wrapper 2. run implementation 3.Export Hardware 4. launch SDK > new application project 5. open putty for monitor (COM4, speed is 115200) 6. SDK run configuration and the setting as following > Run 7. run result as following
  4. Hi everyone, I know that the CPLD starter board that features the XC2C256 is deprecated but can someone provide a few links with a "hello world" application? A blink LED or anything to get me started and at least check if I have my toolchain set up properly. Also, I am using xilinx ISE webpack but a few people have mentioned that vivaldo might be a better choice because xilinx doesn't support coolrunner anymore through webpack(?). I see the devices on the device list so I don't understand why I should use vivaldo. Thanks!
  5. Hello, I'm trying to get a Hello World app to work using a chipKit Pro MX4. I've followed along with example code written for a Starter Kit board changing and making adjustments to the MPLAB X Harmony configurator as I go along, although there really isn't that much difference between the two as the sample.x project is written for a PIC32MX795. I'm using the USART driver with the following code in system_config.h (See the configuration code generated by Harmony and stored in the system_config.h file). My state machine simply adds a bunch of strings to the Transmit Buffer Queue using the DR
  6. hi all. would like help doing a hello world with the cerebot m7 sample application. Can someone provide brief step by step instructions on how to configure it to work with MPLAB? IE, download MP lab, then configure it how? honestly just want to get the sample application to work. -Jim