Creating a Linux bootable image for Red Pitaya

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Creating a Linux bootable image for Red Pitaya

Post by carlos.e.teixeira » Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:44 pm

Hi everyone!
I'm trying to create my own Linux boot image for my Red Pitaya.
I've already created my hardware platform on Vivado. The corresponding bitstream was generated successfully and I've already exported the hardware to SDK. On SDK, I also created the FSBL ('fsbl.elf').

From now on, I don't know exactly what I have to do. I'm still learning about Linux environment.

If I'm correct, I still need to create the BSP and configure it in order to have the 'U-boot.elf'. In addition, I also need the device tree ('.dtb' file) corresponding to the Red Pitaya. Finally, I need to have 'uImage.bin' and 'uRamDisk.image.gz' files. After having all these files, I think I can create my boot image (.bin) using Bootgen and put it on my SD card.
Is all this correct?

If so, where can I find all these remaining files? Or how can I create them?

I will appreciate any help and/or comments!
Thanks in advance!
Best regards!

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Re: Creating a Linux bootable image for Red Pitaya

Post by redpitaya » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:29 pm

hi you can find more information here

kind regards red pitaya team

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