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Create a FSBL project that loads two different baremetal applications in both Zynq CPUs respectively

I am trying to execute two different applications in both zynq cpus respectively. I have been searching how to accomplish this, but I still do not understand what I must do.

 

As far as I understand, I need to create a boot image containing both applications (called image partitions?). I do not know if this boot image is the place where I must say in which cpu each application executes, and, if so, how to do it.

 

I have seen an example (xapp1079-amp-bare-metal-cortex-a9, attached to this post) where it seems that the FSBL is the place where you must specify in which cpu each application executes, but I do not know how to configure it for that purpose (in the attached tutorial it is not eexplained or I have been unabled to find and understund it).

 

In addition, I am not soure about if it is mandatory to to add a FSBL application to the boot image.

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daniel.gaston.ochoa@alumnos.upm.es

You can run both without creating the FSBL. We did a video on this some time ago.

http://www.vitorian.com/x1/archives/587

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daniel.gaston.ochoa@alumnos.upm.es Check out this 

https://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Embedded-Processor-System-Design/Running-bare-metal-on-two-cores-loaded-from-SD-card/m-p/833316#M38085

 

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