ADI Kuiper Linux with support for Evaluation
This is a version of the standard ADI Kuiper Linux SD card image that has been customized to support product evaluation with the ACE software. This image is pre-configured to boot Linux on the ZedBoard and also enables the ZedBoard USB OtG port so that ACE can connect to the board for configuration and data capture using IIO over USB to simplify PC connections.
If you are looking for the normal ADI Kuiper Linux SD card image, that is available from this page: Kuiper Linux.
Download Linux Image
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Make sure you unzip the image using either 7-zip
or on Linux it can be done via command-line unzip <image_name>.zip
. The actual file that needs to be dumped to the SD
card has to have the *.img
-card needs to be at least 16 GB
If your computer has security restrictions imposed by your company's IT department, which prevent you from writing data to SD
-cards (or the data is encrypted when written on the SD
-card), then consider using a computer that doesn't have such restrictions or communicating with your IT department to find a solution.
28 July 2021 ADI Kuiper Linux with support for ACE Evaluation - Release 4, 16 September 2022
Supports EVAL-AD4630-24FMCZ, EVAL-AD4030-24FMCZ, EVAL-AD4630-16FMCZ and EVAL-ADAQ8092-FMCZ.
Default Image boot configuration expects an AD4630/4030 board.
To change to the ADAQ8092 board:
Configure the SD
card boot project to be the zynq-zed-adv7511 per these Instructions
and boot the ZedBoard
Connect to a ZedBoard USB
serial port using putty or Teraterm at 115200 baud to get a terminal shell window.
Run the command
eval-adaq8092 configure LVDS_MODE to change the boot configuration to the ADA8092 board.
Run the command
eval-ad46430 to get a list of the options if you need to switch back to an AD4630/4030 board.
Now, depending on if you are using Linux or Windows, follow these instructions to write the file to your SD card.
Once the SD card image is programmed it can be inserted into the host controller SD card slot. Follow the hardware setup guide for the evaluation board you are using to complete the setup to get up and running.