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Hello everyone! I'm trying to install Petalinux on a Cora Z7-10 I followed all the steps described here: github.com/Digilent/Petalinux-Cora-Z7-10 but when I try to boot it I get this message: hwclock: can't open '/dev/misc/rtc': no such file or directory after this, I can't write anything in Minicom. As in my folder /dev didn't have the misc folder, following some advice that I found on the net I created the folder and first tried to soft-link /dev/rtc0 and then hard-link it also but none of those worked, I still get the same error. Did anyone go through the same issue or has any idea to solve it? Thanks you very much in advance.
Hello, I am using a Pmod Grove RTC with a PYNQ board, and it seems to be operating normally when it is powered directly from the 3.3 V of the board. However, when I plug in the backup battery (3.0 V CR1225) into the grove RTC and have it also connected to the board, I can not read or write to the clock. It seems the backup battery somehow disables the device. After reading the page 3 of datasheet of the DS1307 chip, I noticed something weird: "DC power is provided to the device on these pins. VCC is the +5V input. When 5V is applied within normal limits, the device is fully accessible and data can be written and read. When a 3V battery is connected to the device and VCC is below 1.25 x VBAT, reads and writes are inhibited. However, the timekeeping function continues unaffected by the lower input voltage. As VCC falls below VBAT the RAM and timekeeper are switched over to the external power supply (nominal 3.0V DC) at VBAT." Does this mean that if I am powering the Grove RTC via the normal Grove Adapter which connects to the Pmod port of PYNQ and uses the 3.3 V source, I can not use 3.0 V coin cell battery anymore? Based on what I calculated, 1.25 * 3.0 V = 4.0 V and the 3.3 V VCC provided from the PYNQ is below the 4 V which inhibits the read and write process based on the datasheet. Obviously, if I make my VCC 5 V (which is kind of difficult in terms of wiring) or drop the VBAT below 2.5 V, this is not happening (I tested it). This requirement totally defeats the purpose of using Grove RTC with most of Xilinx FPGA boards. Because Pmods are supposed to be connected to the Pmod ports and not the 5 V source, and also there is no 2.5 V or lower voltage coin cell battery that I can use. So, I am kind of stuck at this point on how to use the Grove RTC in the normal way and have a backup battery as well. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Mahdi
Hello, I have got a Pmod grove RTC which I hoped to be able to use it the same way I have been using my Pmod Grove IMU (using the example C code that is provided here), however I noticed there is no such example code for the Grove RTC. I am aware of the Arduino and python scripts that are available on Grove RTC webpage, but due to some limitations I need to use it the same way I am using Grove IMU device (which is using it with PYNQ board). Does anybody know if there is such example code written in C language for this device out there that I can use? It seems to be a simple I2C device, however I have not found any straightforward library for it yet. There are several DS1307 devices, each with their own i2c library, but I need to use i2c.h that exists on the pynq project. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Mahdi