03-15-2021 03:00 PM
I read that there is an issue using the xilinx mcap driver with Ultrascale+ devices in that the start of the MCAP VSEC points to the wrong address. I am attempting to change the base value from 0x340 to 0x350 but I cannot find any instructions with regards to building the driver. When I do try to build I get a warning saying "MSB8005: The property 'NMakeBuildCommandLine' doesn't exist." Is there an updated mcap driver for windows 10? I am working with a VCU118 in Vivado 2020.2. Or has anyone ran into this and been able to figure out how to build the driver?
03-16-2021 11:17 PM - edited 03-16-2021 11:17 PM
Please refer to https://xilinx.github.io/dma_ip_drivers/master/XVSEC/xvsec_linux/index.html for MCAP latest driver.
03-30-2021 09:41 AM