Just use the other repository. This is a 3. You can find it at https: I’ve just pushed out a view commits which add the missing bits. On the Linux side of things you can follow the same rules as in the “Linux with HDMI video output on the zed and zc boards ” guide.
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I am assuming that the adau driver from lclausen was written for kernel version 2.
There is a comment in the digilent-zed. It should everything you need. What about the devicetree? Linux and Microcontroller Device Drivers More.
ADAU1761: Firmware seems to have no effect
More information on the ADAU driver can be found here: The next missing customized part was the devicetree. I’ve just pushed out a view commits which add the missing bits. I can’t find the devicetree in https: There is any reference design, or at least a simple guide about how to make the adau work in ZedBoard?
I’ve attached a sound state config which is configured for default playback.
I tried several ones. Acau1761 some error corrections the kernel compiles as zImage successfully. I’ve just pushed these to our hdl reference design github repository.
You can find it at https: The adau also has quite a few controls which need to be set properly in order to get audio. I also tried the zynq-zed-adv Hi, The latest adv reference design for the ZED board also has support for the adau This is a 3.
Copy both the zImage and the zynq-zed-adv The system will register two sound cards one for the HDMI connector and one for the adau On the Linux side of things you can follow ilnux same rules as in the “Linux with HDMI video output on the zed and zc boards ” guide. This one did not work as it stopped after “Uncompressing kernel Just use the other repository.
ZedRadio : a web radio with adau and ZedBoard – Community Forums
Hi, I have found that there is an adau linux driver for ZedBoard in https: The latest adv reference design for the ZED board also has support for the adau Linux Software Drivers requires membership for participation – click to join.
At the moment I am using the digilent-zed.
Can someone describe in maximum detail the sources and repositories used to bring the audio on the zedboard to work?