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Visitor singhsp
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Using Lauterbach debugger with ZYNQ(ZCU102) QSPI boot mode

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Hi All, 

 

We are using ZynqMP_ZCU102_hw_platform for our development. By default in the board the boot mode pins switch settings are for QSPI Boot Mode and they can’t be changed.

Now, when I am trying to connect the Xilinx board with JTAG via T32, and using scripts for loading fsbl (zynq-ultrascale_fsbl_boot.cmm), I am  getting “BOOT FLOW ERROR”.

The same script is working on evaluation board where I can change the boot mode setting(SW6 pin) to “JTAG mode”. Can you please let us know, how to work with Lauterbach JTAG debugging on Xilinx “ZynqMP_ZCU102_hw_platform”  with QSPI Boot Mode setting ?

 

Thanks

Sandeep Singh

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Re: Using Lauterbach debugger with ZYNQ(ZCU102) QSPI boot mode

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Hi @singhsp

I am not sure what the Lauterbach script is doing so you better take a look and try to understand it in order to figure out the issue. My guessing is that if you have a valid image in the Flash device the device is trying to load the image in the power-up sequence why you are trying to load something else from the debugger.

The easiest way to confirm is erasing the image you have in the flash device in order to BootROM stop after checking there is no valid images in the flash device.

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Ibai


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Re: Using Lauterbach debugger with ZYNQ(ZCU102) QSPI boot mode

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Hi @singhsp

I am not sure what the Lauterbach script is doing so you better take a look and try to understand it in order to figure out the issue. My guessing is that if you have a valid image in the Flash device the device is trying to load the image in the power-up sequence why you are trying to load something else from the debugger.

The easiest way to confirm is erasing the image you have in the flash device in order to BootROM stop after checking there is no valid images in the flash device.

Regards

Ibai


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