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louie
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SDSOC:: how to used custom linux root file system

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Hi xilinx support,

we are trying to use SDsoc. Before switching to SDsoc, we have our linux kernel and linux root file system under development.

Now we want to integate both our linux kernel and root file system into SDsoc  envrionment. So far, we cannot file a way to do that.

Here is our question, how to integrate our existing linux kernel and root file system into SDsoc environment?

Many thanks in advance.

Louie

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nutang
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Hi @louie 

You need to create your own platform for this first.

Please follow below procedure

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx2018_3/ug1146-sdsoc-platform-development.pdf

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Nutan
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nima_taie
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Hi, 

I am not super expert on this, but you may want to look at this page:

https://xilinx-wiki.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/A/pages/18841738/Getting+Started

Good luck

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louie
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Hi there,

Thanks for your message. Unfortunately, the link you suggested does not mention how to use custome linux kernel and root file system within SDsoc environment.

Louie

 

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nima_taie
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I am sorry, I guess I have the question wrong. Please note that you cannot use SDSOC to build/re-compile linux kernel, and build rootfs. SDSOC is used for application development only. SDSOC can read the workspace where BSP for the system in question is located, and target your appliation based on the processor, but it cannot build linux for you. In order to get started with SDSOC, or SDK you need to have a BSP and Hardware Definition File (.hdf). Please take a look at embedded application development examples on Xilinx's website

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nutang
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Hi @louie 

You need to create your own platform for this first.

Please follow below procedure

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx2018_3/ug1146-sdsoc-platform-development.pdf

Best Regards,
Nutan
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louie
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Many thanks,  nutang, this is what I am after, I should have got it myself.

Many thanks agin.

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louie
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Many thanks for your help and I will mark it "accept as solution"
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