• Zach Pfeffer

Xilinx 2018.1


This post lists suggestions, requirements and download links for Vivado, SDK and PetaLinuxTools 2018.1.

Summary

  • You'll download 24 GB of installers to work with the ZC706 on Linux

  • Vivado (16.89 GB) + SDK WebInstall (100.53 MB) + the full SDK install (1.22 GB)+ PetaLinux Tools (6.21 GB) + ZC706 (106.62MB)

  • You can elect to download the entire SDK installer before your install it

  • @ 2 MB/sec it takes about 1 hour

  • SDK uses 9.04 GB of diskspace (+ the 100.53 MB + 1.22 GB installation)

  • Which OS Should I Use?

  • Choose Ubuntu Linux 16.04.3 to run PetaLinux Tools, Vivado and the SDK

  • Download 64-bit PC (AMD64) desktop image from [link] (1.48 GB)

  • All 16.04.3 downloads are at: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/16.04.3/

  • How should I configure my VM?

  • 6 GB RAM

  • 200 GB VMDK Disk

  • Name: project-ubuntu-16.04.3-desktop-amd64-6GB-RAM-200GB-Disk

  • Download VirtualBox @ 5.2.12 at [link], the Extension Pack at [link]

  • Documentation

  • The user manual is at [link] [html]

  • Comment on Requirements

  • I've run 2017.4 on an Oracle VirtualBox VM with 4 GB of memory on a machine described at [link

All Downloads

  • At [link]

  • Vivado, SDK, PetaLinux Tools, SDSoC, SDAccel, ISE, Device Models and CAE Vendor Library

Vivado + SDK + PetaLinux Tools Documentation

  • UG1165 (v2018.1) April 4, 2018, Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC: Embedded Design Tutorial, A Hands-On Guide to Effective Embedded System Design at [link] (validated with 2017.3 but reported to work with newer versions)

Vivado 2018.1

  • At [link]

  • Vivado HLx 2018.1: All OS installer Single-File Download (TAR/GZIP - 16.89 GB) at [link]

  • ​Documentation

  • UG973 (v2018.1) April 12, 2018, Vivado Design Suite User Guide, Release Notes, Installation,and Licensing at [link]

Embedded Development 2018.1

  • At [link]

  • SDK

  • SDK 2018.1 WebInstall for Windows 64 (EXE - 51.18 MB) at [link]

  • SDK 2018.1 WebInstall for Linux 64 (BIN - 100.53 MB) at [link]

  • Documentation

  • Using Xilinx SDK at [link]

  • PetaLinux Tools

  • PetaLinux 2018.1 Installer (TAR/GZIP - 6.21GB) at [link]

  • Documentation

  • Embedded Desing Hub - PetaLinux Tools at [link]

  • UG1144 (v2018.1) April 18, 2018, PetaLinux Tools Documentation, Reference Guide at [link]

  • UG1157 (v2018.1) April 18, 2018, PetaLinux Tools Documentation, PetaLinux Command Line Reference at [link]

  • Zynq-7000

  • ZC702 BSP (BSP - 104.74MB) at [link]

  • ZC706 BSP (BSP - 106.62MB) at [link]

  • ZED BSP (BSP - 106.52MB) at [link]

  • AC701 BSP (BSP - 570.73MB) at [link]

  • KCU105 BSP (BSP - 354.09MB) at [link]

  • KC705 BSP (BSP - 529.09MB) at [link]

  • Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC

  • ZCU102 BSP (prod-silicon) (BSP - 598.21MB) at [link]

  • ZCU102 ZU9 ES2 Rev 1.0 BSP (BSP - 598.28MB) at [link]

  • ZCU104 BSP (BSP - 1.17GB) at [link]

  • ZCU106 BSP (BSP - 1.15GB) at [link]

Additional Info

Vivado, PetaLinux Tools and SDK System Requirements

  • PetaLinux Tools 2018.1 runs on (as stated)

  • Ubuntu Linux 16.04.3 (64-bit) and other Linux distros

  • CPU Speed

  • 2 GHz CPU clock or equivalent (minimum of 8 cores)

  • RAM

  • 8 GB RAM (recommended minimum for Xilinx tools)

  • HDD

  • 100 GB free

  • Vivado 2018.1 runs on

  • Ubuntu Linux 16.04.3 LTS (64-bit) and other Linux distros

  • RAM

  • Requirements at [link]

  • Example

  • For the XC7Z045-2FFG900 C SoC on the ZC706 Vivado typically needs 3 GB, Max 5 GB

  • Note: Unless you need a bigger part, you may be better off using a smaller part because builds complete more quickly, there are less memory requirements, etc...

  • SDK 2018.1 runs on

  • Ubuntu Linux 16.04.2 LTS (64-bit)

  • I suspect it also runs on 16.04.3

  • Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)

  • CPU Speed

  • 2.2 GHz minimum or higher; Hyper-threading (HHT) or Multi-core recommended.

  • Processor

  • Intel Pentium 4, Intel Core Duo, or Xeon Processors; SSE2 minimum

  • RAM

  • 2 GB or higher

Install Size

36.14 GB were required to install Vivado HL Design Edition and the SDK on Linux

Reference

  • The Xilinx graphic is from [link]

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