06-06-2012 08:36 AM - edited 06-06-2012 09:09 AM
I am trying out EDK/SDK for the first time after checking some tutorials. I build a default microblaze project on ML605 using XPS/ SDK 13.3
Then, export the bitsteram to SDK, and create a Helloworld C project and program the FPGA with download.bit created by the SDK ( I think now the bitstream has the required HW and SW part for running SW programs, according to the tutorial).
But when i execute the project file on the HW, i do not see any output on the Console. Initially i used to get
Process STDIO not connected to console.If you'd like to see UART output in this console, please modify STDIO settings in the Run/Debug configuration.
Later I Rightclick current project --> properties --> Run/Debug Settings and create a new property . Under STDIO Connections ---> Check STDIO to console and select correct baud rate and click OK
(However, the check box "connect process input & output to a terminal" on the main tab, remains greyed out)
But still i dont see any output on the Console window on the SDK when i execute the program. Could someone tell me what am I missing here ?
06-06-2012 08:51 PM
06-06-2012 08:51 PM
11-17-2014 05:36 PM
This is an old post referring to an older version of SDK. Since you are using 2014.3, you have to set this option by referring to the following snapshot.
04-02-2015 12:26 PM
I am trying to set up a Technical Refernce Design - Ethernet packet Redirection on a ZC702 board .
I am using ISE 14.6 instead of 14.5 as suggested by the TRD set up instructions.
I am getting one of the following errors:
Process STDIO not connected to console.
If you'd like to see UART output in this console, please modify STDIO settings in the Run/Debug configuration.
Blank on the console of SDK
If I use JTAG UART
Error opening JTAG UART @ localhost:-1
I have read all the posts and tried everything I could . This is a refernce design and expected it to work.
Any pointers on what needs to be fixed ??
Thank you ,
07-14-2015 11:04 PM
can you use a hyperterminal from Windows/putty to direct the stdin/stdout?
07-16-2015 02:51 PM
I tried what htsvn suggested but didn't work for me . As stated in my post, i was working towards a Xilinx TRD work on my board. The ISE versions and the design files were not compatible.
I finally got updated design files and moved to vivado flow and the design started working.
Please analyze the root cause if what htsvn suggested doesn't work.