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kampi

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ZynqBerry isn´t booting when using self made flash image
« on: January 09, 2021, 12:36:04 PM »
Hello,

I have played around with the "Test-Board" example for the ZynqBerry (512 MB) version and everything is working fine. Now I want to run my own Petalinux system, so I try to change the different parts one by one. At the first step, I want to replace the "BOOT.bin" file with my own version. For this I have created a simple design with only the Processing System (like in the example) and with this I have created a bitstream, the FSBL, and pack them with the u-boot from Trenz into my own BOOT.bin.

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the_ROM_image:
{
[bootloader]...\test_board\_binaries_TE0726-03M\res_elf\fsbl.elf
../ZynqBerry/MinimalLinux/application/FSBL/_ide/bitstream/System_wrapper.bit
...\test_board\prebuilt\os\petalinux\512MB\u-boot.elf
}

I write this file into the flash memory of the ZynqBerry by using Vivado 2020.2 and the FSBL from Trenz (see screenshot).

But the ZynqBerry doesn´t boot up Linux and only the green LED is active (normally booth LEDs are switched off and only the red one flashes). What is wrong here? I only use the original files from Trenz (except the block design, but this shouldn´t be the case) and it seems that the processor isn´t booting correctly and I assume that there is something wrong with the bootloaders.

kampi

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Re: ZynqBerry isn´t booting when using self made flash image
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2021, 06:19:58 PM »
Can be closed. I have accidentally used the wrong board in Vivado.