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  1. Hi everyone ! I'm working on the zybo board. There is a yocto linux on a SD card, and the system boot on the SD card. This works very well. Now I really enjoy if I could understand how to link vivado (to generate bitstream) and yocto ! I'm a little lost about this link. I read that some people say to use the layers meta-xilinx-tools ? Someone already use it ? I don't really understand how to use it, and how manage the boot.bin, u-boot, fsbl ... etc Could you help me please ? best regards, Yohan
  2. Hi everyone, I want to use yocto to have an embedded linux running on my zybo. So, to do that, I built a core-minimal-image with bitbake : can find tutorial at https://github.com/Digilent/meta-manifest/wiki/Quick-start-guide And I used the MACHINE : zybo-linux-bd-zynq7 I made a SD card bootable, using : boot.bin fit.itb download.bit u-boot-dtb.img I renamed download.bit to bitstream, and move JP5 on SD. So my zybo boot on Linux at start. My problem is : it seems the linux boot on the zybo and not on the SD card, so all created data/folder are deleted at reboot of the system. Is there a way to make the boot persistent ? I mean boot the linux on the SD card, and so keep the data if we restart the system ? I really hope it is possible, I didn't find solution yet ! My alternative way is to mount the SD card partition (ext4) on /home, but I don't really enjoy it. If someone could help me, I would really appreciate it ! Kind regards, Yohan