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  1. Hi, trying to get new OpenScope MZ (from the original KS, just now getting around to this!) working on Ubuntu 18.04 desktop system. The OpenScope MZ getting started instructions did not work for me. Here's what did thanks in part to @wyojustin Installed digilent-agent but it does not show up in task bar Try to execute digilent-agent from command line. That worked. Plugging in OpenScope MZ to USB has no effect http://localhost:42135 gives a 404 error Try putting waveformslive.com in chrome address bar. That works. Now I can start the firmware update, etc. That update went smoothly. Calibration completes but the web page still says it is uncalibrated. Did it again. No change. Ignore and continue. Now I can make a sample measurement with scope 1 (orange) connected to wavegen (yellow) Randomly the PC speaker outputs a thump, seems to be caused by WaveformsLive. What's up with that? digilent-agent terminal frequently spews out binary data (?) Should I worry? What exactly is the need to go to a web site at waveformslive.com to use this scope? That seems an awfully circuitous way to get a local display. Is all the scope data getting sent to AWS and then back in the display? Or AWS is serving the display and data gets merged in locally somehow? And what if I don't have a fast Internet connection everywhere I want to use this tool? Would like to trigger this MZ from a AD2 to get two more analog channels to log. Now to read documentation and try to get useful results. Also will try under Windows 10 Pro Thanks to @wyojustin and this helpful forum post.
  2. Caleb

    Im completely new to this

    Hi, I'm just getting into programming FPGAs and I've made my first program "blinky light" but I cant get my computer to either find the FPGA when connected or I'm missing a step when I set up Vivado. I've ran the Synthesis, Implementation, and generated the bitstream and everything completed without any errors. I just need to know how to do last part which is to put the code on the FPGA. Thanks! What I'm using/running: Ubuntu 18.04 (OS on my computer), Vidado WebPack, Arty A7 35t, and if it helps I programmed it in Verilog
  3. I finally got a moment to try out my new Openscope MZ. Upon using the digilent.waveforms_3.6.8_amd64.deb package for, the install failed so I backed up a bit and attempted to install the adept.runtime also from digilent.adept.runtime_2.16.6-amd64.deb. This appeared to install, at least the installer reported it installed but upon perusing the system.log I found the following: Dec 21 21:23:52 Thinker gnome-system-lo[24504]: Allocating size to GtkScrolledWindow 0x55b6114b6520 without calling gtk_widget_get_preferred_width/height(). How does the code know the size to allocate? Dec 21 21:39:36 Thinker org.gnome.Shell.desktop[2960]: Window manager warning: Buggy client sent a _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW message with a timestamp of 0 for 0x1c00008 (Ubuntu Sof) Dec 21 21:39:36 Thinker PackageKit: get-details-local transaction /487_aaeacaeb from uid 1000 finished with success after 440ms Dec 21 21:39:36 Thinker PackageKit: get-files-local transaction /488_baebdded from uid 1000 finished with success after 70ms Dec 21 21:39:37 Thinker PackageKit: get-details transaction /489_dbaeaaea from uid 1000 finished with success after 347ms Dec 21 21:39:37 Thinker gnome-software[3171]: running file-to-app with refine-flags=require-icon with failure-flags=use-events with timeout=60 with file=/home/paul/Downloads/digilent.adept.runtime_2.16.6-amd64 (1).deb on plugin=packagekit-local on apps took 907ms Dec 21 21:39:38 Thinker gnome-software[3171]: running refine with refine-flags=require-rating,require-reviews,require-review-ratings with failure-flags=use-events with timeout=60 on apps took 1040ms Dec 21 21:39:48 Thinker PackageKit: install-files transaction /490_ecaeaaca from uid 1000 finished with success after 522ms Dec 21 21:39:48 Thinker gnome-software[3171]: running install with refine-flags=require-origin with failure-flags=use-events,fatal-auth with timeout=60 on plugin=snap on apps took 6555ms Dec 21 21:39:48 Thinker PackageKit: resolve transaction /491_bdbcedba from uid 1000 finished with success after 324ms Dec 21 21:39:48 Thinker gnome-software[3171]: running refine with refine-flags=require-license,require-url,require-size,require-version,require-history,require-setup-action,require-origin,require-menu-path,require-addons,require-provenance,require-icon,require-permissions,require-origin-hostname,require-runtime,require-screenshots with failure-flags=use-events with timeout=60 on apps took 345ms Dec 21 21:39:49 Thinker gnome-software[3171]: running refine with refine-flags=require-rating,require-reviews,require-review-ratings with failure-flags=use-events with timeout=60 on apps took 1028ms What do I need to do to get this working? Thanking you in advance, Paul Richmond
  4. I'm attempting the GPIO demo with a new Arty Dev board and running into the following error. I'm following instructions here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/github-demos/start Which is good until step #4. And if I uncheck "include bitstream", I get this error on the console: "Cannot write hardware definition file as there are no IPI block design hardware handoff files present" Since I'm new to Vivado development, this puts me at a dead stop. Thanks!
  5. Ubuntu 16.4 LTS install notes > sudo apt-get install libqt5serialport5 ## dependency not met without installing > digilent-agent ## had to start digilent-agent from command line > digilent-agent does not show up in task bar > http://waveformslive.com ## manually access waveforms live via browser > run example from here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/instrumentation/tutorials/openscope-mz/getting-started --> Take a measurement
  6. Hi I am trying to install waveforms to use the analog discovery box. I am in Linux using Ubuntu and I have downloaded both adept and Waveforms and tried installing both using the terminal and everything seems like it installed but when I search to open Waveforms I can't find it. I'm not sure what is wrong or why they are not installing properly. I'm using the 64 bit for both. Please Help Thanks
  7. Hi, I have installed Ubuntu 14.04.5 on a Virtual machine in my Windows 10 laptop. I installed XIlinx Linux version on Ubuntu. I wanted to try out basic Hello World application before I could proceed further. When I try to create a new application project in Xilinx SDK, it does not give me an option to create a standalone bsp. It shows Linux instead. I have attached a snapshot of it. Could you please tell me what's wrong? I want to be able to create a standalone bsp without any OS.
  8. I have installed Adept 2 and Waveforms 3.3.7 from the Digilent website. I can open the Waveforms software and use it in demo mode with no issues, but the moment I plug in my Analog Discovery 2, the application crashes. The .crash file is too big to upload directly, so I have uploaded it here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/971295/_usr_lib_digilent_waveforms_waveforms.1000.crash This issue is entirely deterministic with my setup, so please let me know if any additional information would help.
  9. Hello, I have an Analog Discovery 2 that I am trying to connect to my system running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I have successfully installed all the supporting software (the adept utilities and runtime) and waveforms 2015. All the software opens fine when my device is not connected, but when I plug in my Analog Discovery 2 and try to run any of the adept utilities or waveforms 2015 (i have also attempted this with waveforms) the software either suffers from a segmentation fault, or crashes. I have tried reinstalling things and using the 32 bit version instead of the 64 bit version with no success. At this point I'm at a loss of what to do, the only theory I have is that they have yet to update the Linux versions of the software for the current LTS release of Ubuntu. I want to know if anyone else is having this issue, whether or not they solved it, and the steps taken to resolve this issue. Thanks!
  10. Installed WaveForms 3.3.7 (64bit) on Ubuntu 16.04 recommended adept runtime. However waveforms failed to run indicating that it required a library (libdmgr) requiring installation of adept runtime 2.16.5 (64bit). The adept.runtime should be marked as required instead of recommended for waveforms.
  11. andres

    ERROR INSTALL RUNTIME

    good morning I have ubuntu operating system in version 14.4, I can not install the synthesis tool Digilent Adept runtime, I get the following error with version 14.4 and 14.6 of Digilent Adept. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// root@andres-Inspiron-N5110:/home/andres/Documentos/digilent.adept.runtime_2.16.1-x86_64# sudo ./install.sh Adept Runtime Installer 64-bit operating system detected In which directory should libraries be installed? [/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept] Installing runtime libraries..... Checking to see if libdabs.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdabs.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdabs.so.2.16.1" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdabs.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdabs.so.2" Checking to see if libdaci.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdaci.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaci.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaci.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaci.so.2" Checking to see if libdaio.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdaio.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaio.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaio.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdaio.so.2" Checking to see if libdemc.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdemc.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdemc.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdemc.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdemc.so.2" Checking to see if libdepp.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdepp.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdepp.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdepp.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdepp.so.2" Checking to see if libdftd2xx.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdftd2xx.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdftd2xx.so.1.2.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdftd2xx.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdftd2xx.so.1" Checking to see if libdgio.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdgio.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdgio.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdgio.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdgio.so.2" Checking to see if libdjtg.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdjtg.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdjtg.so.2.12.3" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdjtg.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdjtg.so.2" Checking to see if libdmgr.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdmgr.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgr.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgr.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgr.so.2" Checking to see if libdmgt.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdmgt.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgt.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgt.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdmgt.so.2" Checking to see if libdpcomm.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdpcomm.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcomm.so.2.15.4" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcomm.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcomm.so.2" Checking to see if libdpcutil.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdpcutil.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcutil.so.2.9.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcutil.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpcutil.so.2" Checking to see if libdpio.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdpio.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpio.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpio.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpio.so.2" Checking to see if libdpti.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdpti.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpti.so.2.9.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpti.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdpti.so.2" Checking to see if libdspi.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdspi.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdspi.so.2.9.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdspi.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdspi.so.2" Checking to see if libdstm.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdstm.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdstm.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdstm.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdstm.so.2" Checking to see if libdtwi.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libdtwi.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdtwi.so.2.8.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdtwi.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libdtwi.so.2" Checking to see if libjtsc.so is already installed.... No existing installation of libjtsc.so found. Installed shared library "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libjtsc.so.2.9.2" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libjtsc.so" Created symbolic link "/usr/local/lib64/digilent/adept/libjtsc.so.2" Successfully installed runtime libraries. In which directory should system binaries be installed? [/usr/sbin] Installing system binaries..... installed "/usr/sbin/dftdrvdtch" Successfully installed system binaries in "/usr/sbin". Installing firmware images..... Successfully installed firmware images in "/usr/share/digilent/adept/data/firmware". Installing JTSC device list..... Successfully installed JTSC device list "/usr/share/digilent/adept/data/jtscdvclist.txt". Installing CoolRunner support files..... Successfully installed CoolRunner support files in "/usr/share/digilent/adept/data/xpla3". Installing CoolRunner 2 support files..... Successfully installed CoolRunner 2 support files in "/usr/share/digilent/adept/data/xbr". In which directory should the Adept Runtime Configuration file be installed? [/etc] Installing Adept Runtime configuration..... Successfully installed Adept Runtime configuration "/etc/digilent-adept.conf". Installing hotplug script..... cp: no se puede crear el fichero regular Ā«/etc/hotplug/usb/digilentusbĀ»: No existe el archivo o el directorio error: failed to install hotplug script "/etc/hotplug/usb/digilentusb" root@andres-Inspiron-N5110:/home/andres/Documentos/digilent.adept.runtime_2.16.1-x86_64# /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// help! as I solve this problem. Thank you submit
  12. Hi, I am trying to program Spartan 6 FPGA(6SLX25FTG256) with Jtag HS2 in Ubuntu 14.04. I can see the device with command "sudo djtgcfg enum": Found 1 device(s) Device: JtagHs2 Product Name: Digilent JTAG-HS2 User Name: JtagHs2 Serial Number: 210249A143CA I can also detect the FPGA using command "sudo djtgcfg init -d JtagHs2": Initializing scan chain... Found Device ID: 24004093 Found 1 device(s): Device 0: XC6SLX ? But when I tried to program the FPGA, it always failed. I tried with .bit file first using the following command: sudo djtgcfg prog -d JtagHs2 -i 0 -f fpga_firmware.bit Then it gave the following error: "ERROR: failed to set programming file" I then suspected it might be permission issue of the fpga firmware. I then changed the permission for both .bit and .bin files: sudo chmod 777 fpga_firmware.bit sudo chmod 777 fpga_firmware.bin and then tried to program again. But it gave the same error--- "ERROR: failed to set programming file". I then tried to program with .bin file: sudo djtgcfg prog -d JtagHs2 -i 0 -f fpga_firmware.bin This time it seems it recognizes the file and start to program, but it fails and gives error like this: "Programming device. Do not touch your board. This may take a few minutes... ERROR: failed to program device with file fpga_firmware.bin" It seems that the Digilent Adept software I installed does not support Xilinx Spartan 6. Could anyone tell me what is wrong? Why it can not program Spartan 6? Thank you.
  13. Daniel_Almeida

    COM Port in Zybo using Vivado on Ubuntu

    Hello, I am trying to connect my Zybo board to the SDK on the Ubuntu, but when I tried to connect the Zybo to the computer, I cannot make it by the COM port, because only appear JTAG. Can you help me please? Thank you very much!