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No STDIO connection visible in the SDK

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Hi @aeon20,

Here is the Nexys 4 DDR - Getting Started with Microblaze tutorial that should be helpful with getting the hello world SDK template working on your Nexys A7 using an older version of Vivado.

 What version of Vivado are you currently using?

In your previous posts i believe you are using Vivado 2018.2.  If this is the case, please try the Getting Started with the Vivado IP Integrator tutorial.

Can you be more specific about what type of project you are doing?

Please attach a screen shot of your block design.

best regards,

Jon

 

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20 hours ago, jpeyron said:

Hi @aeon20,

Here is the Nexys 4 DDR - Getting Started with Microblaze tutorial that should be helpful with getting the hello world SDK template working on your Nexys A7 using an older version of Vivado.

 What version of Vivado are you currently using?

In your previous posts i believe you are using Vivado 2018.2.  If this is the case, please try the Getting Started with the Vivado IP Integrator tutorial.

Can you be more specific about what type of project you are doing?

Please attach a screen shot of your block design.

best regards,

Jon

 

Hi jpeyron, and thanks.

That is exactly the tutorial I'm following. https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/nexys-4-ddr-getting-started-with-microblaze/start?_ga=2.225019612.738863100.1553677249-924004044.1549634437

At step 23 I encountered this problem.

I have attached a block diagram here:

block_diagram.thumb.jpg.7ab58858738ce83504462982d8da85cc.jpg

 

So I should use https://reference.digilentinc.com/vivado/getting-started-with-ipi/start?_ga=2.161408763.738863100.1553677249-924004044.1549634437

instead?

I'm using Vivado v2018.3 (64-bit).

 

 

 

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Hi @aeon20,

In the newer versions of Vivado like Vivado 2018.3 we recommend using the system debugger verses the  GDB debugger. 

I would suggest to stop following the older tutorial from step 19. So ignore step 20 and  22 to the end of the tutorial.

after creating the hello world application,  program the  FPGA as discussed in step 21.

Next open a serial terminal emulator like Tera term and connect the com port using the typical default setting.

then in SDK right click on the application and select run as-> launch on hardware(system debugger).

You should see the hello world text in the serial terminal.

best regards,

Jon

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