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Dareamol

"Hello world" not working on Zybo-7010

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I am trying to run the "Hello world" program on my Zynq 7000 family board. The issue which is happening is i am not able to see the output of the program on my Terminal. I am using the SDK terminal for seeing the output. I have already gone through some videos from xilinx on SDK and i am following the same steps as they did. One day before, it was working fine but, i am really unable to figure out what is the issue now. I am a kind of a newbee in using Viavado and SDK, so it will be really great if some one can help me out.
I am using Vivado 2019.1.

So these are the steps which i am following:

1) Created a block diagram in Vivado and generated the bitstream. We can see that i am using UART1 and GPIO in peripherals.

2) Then I launched SDK from Viavdo and Created a new Application project. Then i used the "Hello world" template and created the BSP.

3) I created a "Run configuration", connected my terminal, Programmed my FPGA and then Launched the program on Hardware.

 

Please let me know if any other information is needed.

Thanks 

Amol

 

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Hi @Dareamol

This is actual for me too.

Could you send for me tupical project of "Hello world" ?

uart from procesor MIO or EMIO you receive?

I wank to look your xdc file and Zynq core settings.

Best regards

 

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Hi @Dareamol,

Here are the basic steps to getting the Hello World project working in Vivado:

1. Makes sure the board files are installed and you select the zybo-z7-10 when creating the project.

2. create a block design

3. add the zynq processor and run the default(board files) block automation.

4. connect the axi-m-gp0-aclk pin to the fclk_clk0  pin on the zynq processor.

5. right click on the design in the sources tab and create a wrapper letting vivado handle it.

6. generate a bitstream.

7. Export the hardware including the bitstream.

8. Launch SDK

in sdk:

1. once sdk has fully loaded with the hw_platform them click on file and add a new application. 

2. give it a name and leave everything else as default. select next.

3. Select the hello world template.

4. program the FPGA

5. Open a serial terminal emulator like tera term and connect the com port of the Zybo-Z7-10. Make sure to adjust the baud rate to 115200 and typically leave all of the other settings at default.

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

and you should see hello world on the serial terminal!!!!

Best regards,

Jon

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