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Generate an ELF-file for JESD204B 2016.3 Demonstration

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Hey,

I am trying to generate and ELF-file for the KCU105-board because I modified some parameters in it.

I am using the reference design provided by Xilinx from 2016.

While trying to generate the ELF-File in the Vivado SDK, the following IDs are missing even though I imported the actual system from the Vivado Suite into the SDK:

XPAR_JESDSUBSYS_JESD204_TX_DEVICE_ID
XPAR_JESDSUBSYS_JESD204_RX_DEVICE_ID
XPAR_JESDSUBSYS_JESD204_PHY_DEVICE_ID
XPAR_JESDSUBSYS_JESD_DATA_IF_DEVICE_ID

I've been looking for those IDs everywhere but I can't find them. Any ideas on how to fix this? It would be much appreciated.

Regards, Felix

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Yeah, I did.

I just added the driver folder as a repository as described in here: https://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Embedded-Development-Tools/sdk-13-2-add-custom-ip-driver/td-p/180900

Let me know whether that helped or not.

 

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Did you find an answer to this problem?

I did make them as zero. But it does not help. 

Application crashes with the following error. 

Can someone in xilinx give us the SDK source code for this demonstration project? 

 

Device configured as simple mode
JesdDma_Init failed..
ERROR XJesdPhy_SetSpeed called, but PHY was not generated switching capable!!!!
XJesdPhy_SetSpeed failed = 0x00000001

 

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Yeah, I did.

I just added the driver folder as a repository as described in here: https://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Embedded-Development-Tools/sdk-13-2-add-custom-ip-driver/td-p/180900

Let me know whether that helped or not.

 

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Wonderful. It works. Thanks a lot for your quick response. 

Now, that I have got this part working, I would like to start adding my custom IPs.

Do you know how these drivers get generated and where do I find them?

In this case, they were all under "XilinxProcessorIPLib".  Not sure how these drivers ended up there. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You are welcome.

No clue about that one, I just worked with the drivers in the XilinxProcessorIPLib folder.

 

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