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AR# 60496: PetaLinux 2013.10: How do I boot a pre-built BSP from the SD card?
PetaLinux 2013.10: How do I boot a pre-built BSP from the SD card?
How do I boot a pre-built BSP that came with PetaLinux from the SD card?
What do I need to copy on the SD and what do I do next?
PetaLinux BSPs include prebuilt images in the directory <PROJECT_DIR>/pre-built/linux/images .
To boot this image, follow these steps:
Copy BOOT.BIN and image.ub to the SD Card.
Place the SD card into the SD card slot on the board.
Ensure that the board jumpers and/or DIP switches are configured for SD card boot mode.
Configure your terminal application to 115200-8-n-1 and boot your board.
For example on a Xilinx ZC706, use the BSP Xilinx-ZC706-2013.3 and for booting, make sure that MIO SW11.3 and .4 are up, the rest to zero; please refer to the appropriate UG for your board to select the SD card booting mode. Once booted in the u-boot prompt issue the "run sdboot" command
By default, the pre-built images do not complete boot from SD card in UBOOT. To complete booting, issue the sdboot command: U-Boot-PetaLinux> run sdboot
The Linux kernel will continue booting and will ultimately present a login prompt.