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=== Platform Files ===
Install the snickerdoodle board platform files located on [https://github.com/krtkl/snickerdoodle-SDSoC/platforms
Install the snickerdoodle board platform files located on [https://github.com/krtkl/snickerdoodle-SDSoC/platforms GitHub]
Latest revision as of 19:03, 7 March 2018
Install the snickerdoodle board platform files located on GitHub
to the following directory:
<SDx install path>/platforms
SD Card Components
After building the system, the SD card components that should be copied from the build directory are:
A Linux FIT image is included in the Linux image folder (image.ub). This FIT image contains the kernel binary, device tree blob and RAMdisk image. This image is loaded and booted by U-Boot using the boot command (
uenvcmd) defined in uEnv.txt.
Default hostapd.conf, wpa_supplicant.conf and udhcpd.conf files are located in the Linux image folder. The default configuration supports wireless access point (AP) with a default passphrase located in hostapd.conf. The AP SSID is configured as "snickerdoodle-XXXXXX" with the last 6 octets of the wireless modules MAC address. These files are meant to be included in the boot partition of the SD card for persistence.
Recreate the Vivado project
- Make sure you have the snickerdoodle board files correctly installed into Vivado.
- Open Vivado
- in the Vivado TCL console:
- navigate to your working directory
- run the following command: source ./snickerdoodle_<variant>.tcl
Note: if this project already exists in that location the command will fail