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  1. [Vivado 18.2] IP Packager PCIe4 Missing Interfaces

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    The problem:
    In Vivado 2018.2 in the IP Packager when I was trying to make a custom component with mating interfaces to control PCIe4 IP Core, I couldn't do it because in the IP Packager PCIe4 control interfaces were missing, e.g.:
    VLNV xilinx.com:display_pcie4:pcie4_cfg_mgmt_rtl:1.0
    VLNV xilinx.com:display_pcie4:pcie4_cfg_pm_rtl:1.0

    The only ...

    Updated 20th September 2018 at 06:51 by niciki

    Categories
    Xilinx Vivado Workarounds , Vivado , IP , Interface , PCIe4
  2. [Vivado 18.2] IP Packager TCL commands missing for interface parameters values

    The problem:
    In Vivado 2018.2 in the IP Packager, when we want to set a value for any interface parameter, we won't get any TCL commands in the Tcl Console.
    This is probably a bug in the Vivado 2018.2.

    The following images visualize the problem:

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    Updated 20th September 2018 at 06:52 by niciki

    Categories
    Xilinx Vivado Workarounds , Vivado , IP , Interface , TCL
  3. [Raspberry PI 3 B] Solved problem with HDMI output (NOOBS with RecalboxOS)

    The background:
    I recently bought Raspberry PI 3 B and was shocked how fast and intuitive were the installation and the configuration.
    I have started using Raspbian with NOOBS (the Operating System installer) from https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
    NOOBS lets me choose which OS to install and boot when Raspbery PI is starting.
    Then I wanted to have the KODI - LibreELEC came to play. The description how to use it with NOOBS was here https://libreelec.tv/downloads/ ...

    Updated 26th June 2018 at 08:27 by niciki

    Categories
    Recalbox , Raspberry PI , NOOBS