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  1. Brain

    zybo zynq-7000 SD boot

    Hello, I followed a few tutorials online and was able to boot a hello world project from an SD card. Is possible to Boot a project without going to SDK, my project is mainly hardware so it is only in the PL side of the board. I tried to do it with the XADC demo but I couldn't figure it out.
  2. I am using the SDK 2014.4 to create a boot image for an application that runs under the standalone (aka baremetal) OS. I have both the .elf and .bit file listed as partions (both datafile type) when the BOOT.bin file is created, but it won't boot from the SD card on the Zybo board. (Yes, the jumper is set correctly and it is plugged into a wall.) I've attached a screenshot of the Create Boot Image window. Does the .elf file have to be identified as a bootloader partition, or do I need a separate FSBL partition? I've waded through reams of documentation to solve what seems like should be a simple process, but sadly to no avail.