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I have created the flash partition map using the PetaLinux system configuration menu, however when the kernel boots the '/proc/mtd' file is empty, and there are no MTD partitions defined.
After configuring my PetaLinux system for JFFS2 root, I receive warning messages from JFFS2 upon boot about CLEANMARKER nodes
My PC is connected to the internet and I can reach the PetaLogix website from my web browser. However, when loading the 'settings.sh' script after installation, I get this error message.
During the 'make romfs' phase, installing the gdbserver application fails
Loading the PetaLinux 'settings.sh' script, I get an error saying that 'git' cannot be found. But, when I try to install it with yum, the error is "No package git available"
When I run petalinux-copy-autoconfig to propogate the hardware platform settings across to the PetaLinux software platform, the platform defaults in petalinux-dist/vendors/XXX/YYY are not updated
The default image.elf and image.ub system images are not compressed. Is it possible to create and boot from compressed images, to save Flash memory space?
When booting my PetaLinux system from u-boot, nothing happens and the board appears to be dead.
I would like to automatically run my application after the Linux system boots. How can I achieve that?
How can I control the default web server content installed in PetaLinux?
Ubuntu is an increasingly popular Linux distribution, and is supported by PetaLinux SDK, however it is not an officially supported Linux distribution for Xilnx. This article describes how to install Xilinx 12.x tools and JTAG cable drivers, and how to get the ChipScope Pro utilities working correctly.
"Operation not permitted" error installing PetaLinux SDK on a Ubuntu 10.10 system
What I try to run the 'netboot' command in u-boot, it cannot load the kernel image via tftp
I am manufacturing a device that runs PetaLinux, and I need to each one to have a different network MAC address. How can I change the MAC address per-board without building a different PetaLinux image for each board?
"[ERROR] FATAL ERROR: Unable to parse input tree"
Whenever I try to run a Xilinx or PetaLinux tool on Ubuntu 11.04 or 11.10, 64-bit, I get an error 'bash: No such file or directory'
How do I find and enable a specific kernel or menuconfig option?
How can I access memory mapped custom IP registers from userspace without writing a kernel driver?
How do I configure a MicroBlaze Linux system for soft-reset?
When integrating an application or library that uses the GNU autoconf into PetaLinux 2012.12, it fails to recognise the microblaze-xilinx-linux-gnu prefix
Whenever I use any PetaLinux tools, they always checkout a Zynq license feature even if I am doing MicroBlaze or PPC development. How can I prevent this?