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Cannot find the SDK

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Hello,

I'm new with Vivado but to install a linux core on my Zynq board I have to do something on vivado then open the SDK.

But there is no button "launch SDK" where it is supposed to be.

 

Do you have any idea why ?

 

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Re: Cannot find the SDK

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Is this in version 2019.2?  If so, the SDK has been replaced with the new Vitis tool, which has its own menu item under the "tools" menu in Vivado.


Nathan Sullivan - Senior Embedded Software Engineer - www.designlinxhs.com

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Re: Cannot find the SDK

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Is this in version 2019.2?  If so, the SDK has been replaced with the new Vitis tool, which has its own menu item under the "tools" menu in Vivado.


Nathan Sullivan - Senior Embedded Software Engineer - www.designlinxhs.com

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Re: Cannot find the SDK

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It's that ! 

Thanks.

So It will work like the SDK ?

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Here is the tutorial that I'm following.

 

https://github.com/SDU-Embedded/linux_zynq/wiki/Installing-Linux-on-the-ZYBO

And I'm stuck to the middle of the part 7

I don't undertand where I have to choose Zynq FSBL.

 

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Vitis has a different flow for handling boot components like the FSBL, they are now built as part of a platform project.  See https://www.xilinx.com/html_docs/xilinx2019_2/vitis_doc/Chunk1944186353.html#xtn1566898157669 for more details about this.  You need to export a .xsa file from Vivado, then build a platform project from it using Vitis - that will get you the FSBL source and binary.


Nathan Sullivan - Senior Embedded Software Engineer - www.designlinxhs.com
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