HW/SW Co-design Lecture 2: Lab Environment Setup

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HW/SW Co-design
Lecture 2:
Lab Environment Setup
Course material designed by Professor Yarsun Hsu, EE Dept, NTHU
RA: Yi-Chiun Fang, EE Dept, NTHU
Outline
Hardware Environment Setup
Software Environment Setup
HARDWARE ENVIRONMENT
SETUP
GR-XC3S-1500 Dev. Board (1/2)
Connect the power
supply, serial
Power supply
interface, ethernet
interface, and
JTAG interface
Set the IP address
of the host PC to
10.0.0.1, with
subnet mask
JTAG interface
255.255.255.0
Serial interface
Ethernet
interface
GR-XC3S-1500 Dev. Board (2/2)
Install jumpers
JP9 1-2 and 5-6
This sets the
FPGA in JTAG
configuration
mode and allows
the configuration
process to be
controlled from
the Host PC via
the JTAG cable
SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT
SETUP
Xilinx ISE (1/5)
9.2i WEBPACK
Extract and install
Xilinx ISE (2/5)
Xilinx ISE (3/5)
Do not check “Launch WebUpdate”
Xilinx ISE (4/5)
Service Pack 9.2.04i
Run the installer to install
Xilinx ISE (5/5)
Cygwin (1/4)
The setup.exe utility tracks the versions of
all installed components and provides the
mechanism for installing or updating
everything available for Cygwin
Used Cygwin DLL release version is
1.5.25-15
Cygwin (2/4)
Remember to choose the Unix text mode
Cygwin (3/4)
Make sure the following packages are
installed
autoconfig
automake
gcc
make
sharutils
tcltk
zlib
Cygwin (4/4)
Start Cygwin from desktop after installation
for system initialization
BCC & GRMON (1/2)
Obtain the Cygwin version of BCC here
Used version: sparc-elf-3.4.4-1.0.29dcygwin.tar.bz2
Obtain the Evaluation/Academic version of
GRMON here
Used version: grmon-eval-1.1.32.tar.gz
Put the two files in your
CYGWIN_INSTALL_DIR\home\USER\
BCC & GRMON (2/2)
Start Cygwin
Under the home of the user
mkdir /opt
tar zxf grmon-eval-1.1.32.tar.gz -C /opt
tar jxf sparc-elf-3.4.4-1.0.29dcygwin.tar.bz2 -C /opt
Open file .bashrc under your home, and
append the following line at the end of the file
export PATH=/opt/grmon-eval/cygwin:
/opt/sparc-elf-3.4.4/bin:$PATH
The paths will take effect after Cygwin restart
GHDL
Obtain GHDL Cygwin build here
Used version: ghdl-0.27-cygwin.bz2
Put the file in your Cygwin home directory
tar jxf ghdl-0.27-cygwin.bz2 -C /
Open file .bashrc under your home, and
append the following line at the end of the
file
export PATH="$PATH":/usr/local/ghdl0.27/bin
The paths will take effect after Cygwin
restart
GTKWave
Obtain GTKWave Windows port and the
needed DLLs here
Used version: GTKWave 3.1.6
Extract the two files into the same folder
eCos Library (1/8)
Obtain the eCos source package here
Used version: ecos-rep-1.0.8.tar.gz
Put the file in your
CYGWIN_INSTALL_DIR\home\USER\
Start Cygwin
Under the home of the user
tar zxf ecos-rep-1.0.8.tar.gz -C /opt
Obtain the eCos Configuration Tool here
Used version: configtool-2.11-setup.exe
Run the installer to install
eCos Library (2/8)
Start eCos Configuration Tool
Choose folder for eCos repository
Choose the folder where you just extract your
eCos source package (i.e. under your /opt
directory)
The folder can also be set through Build →
Repository
eCos Library (3/8)
Build → Template
Select: LEON3 processor with GRETH ethermac
Select “net” under “Packages” to include the
TCP/IP stack in the OS
Click “Continue” to resolve symbol conflicts
eCos Library (4/8)
Tools → Paths → Build Tools
Choose the ‘bin’ directory under your
LEON BCC directory
eCos Library (5/8)
Tools → Paths → User Tools
Choose your /bin directory
eCos Library (6/8)
Network initialization
Make sure “Basic
network framework →
INET support” is
checked to support IP
network processing
Check “Basic network
framework → TFTP
(RFC-1350) support” for
TFTP support
Set up the addresses for
the network interface
under “Address setups
for ‘eth0’”
eCos Library (7/8)
File → Save
The configuration file is for further reconfiguration
of eCos
Save the file under your home directory (i.e.
CYGWIN_INSTALL_DIR\home\USER\)
You will see three additional
folders in your home
directory along with
your ecc file
These folders are later
used to link eCos with
your application
eCos Library (8/8)
Build → Library
Build the customized eCos library using
BCC
You should see the build messages in the
Configuration Tool
Check the messages
to see if the build is
done
Exit the program after
building completion

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