Abstract

  • Boot APU only
    • o FSBL/ATF/u-boot: APU
    • o APU OS: SMP Linux
    • o Boot device: SD
  • FB console via DP
  • Ethernet via FTP/SCP
  • Keyboard via USB
  • Serial console via UART0
  • File system via SD, USB, or SATA
  • Standard Linux applications on rootfs


Block Diagram

design_1.png

Component Diagram


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Source Code


  • Create workspace folder
$ mkdir 1_apu_smp_linux

  • Checkout the source code for Linux
$ git clone https://gitenterprise.xilinx.com/PAEG/zynqmp_petalinux_bsp.git
$ cd zynqmp_petaliunux_bsp
$ git checkout 2016.2/4.4
This creates a folder “zynqmp_petalinux_bsp” and gets all source files correspond to 2016.2 from git repository

  • Apply the patch
$ git apply 0001-Mini-Reference-Design-1-ZCU102-2016.2.patch

  • Checkout the source code for PMU FW
$ git clone https://gitenterprise.xilinx.com/PAEG/pmu_fw.git
This creates a folder “pmu_fw” and gets all source files from git repository

How to build images


Apply Patches
Apply the design-1 patch
$ git apply 0001-Mini-Reference-Design-1-ZCU102-2016.2.patch

FSBL
FSBL build
follow common_procedure Build FSBL in the link: Common Functions

PMU Firmware
PMU FW build
follow common_procedure Build PMUFW in the link: Common Functions

Kernel
Build the kernel image
$ petalinux-build

This will create zynqmp_petalinux_bsp/images/linux/images.ub

BOOT.BIN image
Copy the PMUFW image into petalinux build area
$ cp default_pmufw/Debug/default_pmufw.elf zynqmp_petalinux_bsp/images/linux/pmufw.elf

Copy the FSBL image into petalinux build area, if it is build by xsdk
$ cp default_fsbl/Debug/default_fsbl.elf zynqmp_petalinux_bsp/images/linux/zynqmp_fsbl.elf

Create BOOT.BIN
$ cd images/linux
$ petalinux-package --force --boot --fsbl zynqmp_fsbl.elf --pmufw pmufw.elf --atf bl31.elf --uboot

This will create zynqmp_petalinux_bsp/images/linux/BOOT.BIN

How to Execute

  • Copy the below files onto SD card (root folder)
image.ub
boot.bin
  • Insert the SD card into zcu102 board
  • Connect power cable and UART cable
  • Start TeraTerm or any other terminal application on Host PC (to view serial port messages)
  • Power ON the board
  • The board starts booting, observe for PMU FW messages followed by Linux boot messages