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Visitor vale_marche
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Registered: ‎01-16-2018

peek and poke don't work with Petalinux

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Hi,

I am using a ZC702 board to carry out my tests with Petalinux.

The other day, while deploying the original base TRD, rdf0286-zc702-zvik-base-trd-2015-4, on the board,

I wanted to use peek and poke commands to access GPIOs, but they didn't work - the shell was returning "command not found" messages. (I tried it for the first time with this design.)

However, shortly before that, I successfully used peek and poke with another Petalinux design, viz. 2015.4-zc702.

Does anyone knows what might be missing in the former TRD to support peek/poke, and how Petalinux shall be configured to get them installed and working?

Regards, Valery

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Re: peek and poke don't work with Petalinux

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Hi Shabbir,

thank you for the quick tip - that's been it, of course!

(Actually, I had briefly sought for something like that in the petalinux config, but just overlooked).

Kind regard,

Valery

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Re: peek and poke don't work with Petalinux

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Hi 

 

Check in your petalinux-config -c rootfs ---> apps ---> peekpoke, whether these packages are enabled? If not enable and rebuild the images and boot.

 

 

 

 

Best Regards

Shabbir

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Re: peek and poke don't work with Petalinux

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Hi Shabbir,

thank you for the quick tip - that's been it, of course!

(Actually, I had briefly sought for something like that in the petalinux config, but just overlooked).

Kind regard,

Valery

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