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resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0506:quickstart:zc706 [27 Jan 2023 09:01] – Replaced the obsolete Kuiper Linux page link Joyce Velascoresources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0506:quickstart:zc706 [30 Jan 2023 02:07] (current) Joyce Velasco
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 ===== Software Setup ===== ===== Software Setup =====
-1. Download the latest Linux Image and flash the file to your 16 GB SD Card. Refer to [[:resources:tools-software/linux-software/kuiper-linux |Kuiper Images]] for more detailed instruction.+1. Download the latest Linux Image and flash the file to your 16 GB SD Card. Refer to [[:resources:tools-software:linux-software:kuiper-linux |Kuiper Images]] for more detailed instruction.
  
 2. In your flashed Linux Image BOOT partition, copy the kernel to the root folder. The kernel will vary depending on the carrier platform. With ZC706, copy the uImage file in the \zynq-common\ folder to the root folder or just outside the folder of the kernel. 2. In your flashed Linux Image BOOT partition, copy the kernel to the root folder. The kernel will vary depending on the carrier platform. With ZC706, copy the uImage file in the \zynq-common\ folder to the root folder or just outside the folder of the kernel.
resources/eval/user-guides/circuits-from-the-lab/cn0506/quickstart/zc706.txt · Last modified: 30 Jan 2023 02:07 by Joyce Velasco