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jmgrn
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Registered: ‎08-20-2014

Where can I find the microblaze gnu tools?

I tried to follow this manual to cross compile linux kernel

 

https://www.scribd.com/doc/63732567/Microblaze-Linux-on-Xilinx-ML605

 

But most files that need to be downloaded from "Git" already expired. So I tried to gather information here and there and find similar files by myself. But straight problems keep coming up, after I solved one, another came up... Could you anyone suggest an updated version of lab manual like this one? (Not tutorials, I really need detailed operation steps as a beginner)

 

This should be a standard and straight-forward experiment, but all I have been experiencing lately is frustration.

 

 

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siktap
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Registered: ‎06-14-2012

These are all part of Xilinx installation.

 

http://www.wiki.xilinx.com/Build+kernel

 

There is a blog as well but I havent tested it.

 

http://blog.sarine.nl/2012/04/18/compile-a-cross-compiler-for-microblaze-xilinx/

 

Regards

Sikta

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jmgrn
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Registered: ‎08-20-2014

Thanks for your reply.

 

But the problem is thatmy platform is ML605(virtex6), but one prerequisite in your 1st link is vivado.

As far as I know, vivado only supports Virtex7 and newer devices. Therefore, ML605(Virtex6) can not work with vivado

 

Also, the source files, I can not use "git clone" to download "device-tree" atall, because that page is already deleted.

 

I admit that there are more and more vivado users, but I think ML605 (Virtex6) is still not very old. There must be a way to generate corresponding device tree and do the cross-compile.

 

Could you please suggest some design flows that work for ML605(virtex6) ?

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