09-26-2018 03:51 AM
How to run software emulation / debug on a Zynq-7010 on Windows platform? Using SDK 2018.2 and it throws an error "QEMU debug not supported for Cortex A9 applications". However, it's said in QEMU documentation that Cortex A9 should be supported?
09-26-2018 01:54 PM
10-05-2018 05:00 AM
From Xilinx QEMU guide: "This system-emulation-model runs on an Intel-compatible Linux or Windows host systems."
Your linked guide includes only Linux based QEMU. So, needed QEMU package is not installed with the Windows SDK and there's no possibilities to emulate/debug Xilinx Zynq-7010 device on Windows system SDK installed - without the actual Zynq board?
10-11-2018 03:15 PM
Yes, my guide used linux. I have never tried this on windows. You can obtain the QEMU from github and compile:
10-12-2018 02:26 AM
10-16-2018 02:25 AM
Thank you for the answers.
Is there a reason why the QEMU isn't integrated in the SDK installation and GUI by default in Windows environment? Instead, editing text based configuration files and running command prompt commands required.
10-22-2018 04:12 AM
Stanadlone Qemu applications can still be executed in windows SDK, but not linux applications
Check this link
11-22-2018 04:47 AM
"QEMU debug not supported for Cortex A9 applications" ???
Back to square one...
From QEMU documentation you can find for ex.:
xilinx-zynq-a9 Xilinx Zynq Platform Baseboard for Cortex-A9
And even Mathworks is having QEMU Cortex A9 support in Matlab/SIMULINK?
So, still I'm confused, am I able to emulate the Zynq device on windows machine with standalone/baremetal SDK application? There's a need to be able to test the code even if you don't have a board. If the Cortex A9 support is missing totally, is the SDK able to run C-code X86 natively on the PC machine running the SDK?