Bora Embedded Linux Kit (BELK)

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Bora5-small.jpg Applies to Bora

200px-Emblem-important.svg.png For BELK 3.0.2 or older, the boot process was based on the FSBL+second-stage bootloader (U-Boot) combination. From BELK 4.0.0 on, the boot process is based on the first-stage bootloader (U-Boot SPL)+second-stage bootloader (U-Boot) combination. 200px-Emblem-important.svg.png


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Bora Embedded Linux Kit (BELK for short) provides all the necessary components required to set up the developing environment for:

  • building the first-stage bootloader:
    • FSBL for BELK 3.0.2 or older
    • U-boot SPL for BELK 4.0.0 or newer
  • building the second-stage bootloader (U-Boot)
  • building and running Linux operating system on Bora-based systems
  • building Linux applications that will run on the target.

DAVE Embedded Systems provides all the customization required (in particular at bootloader and Linux kernel levels) to enable customers to use the standard Zynq-7000 development tools for building all the firmware/software components that will run on the target system.

Kit content

Component Description Notes
Bora5-small.jpg BORA SOM
CPU: Xilinx Zynx 7000
Please refer to Bora Hardware Manual
Boraevb-02.png BORA Carrier board Please refer to BoraEVB page
Alimentatore.jpg AC/DC Single Output Wall Mount adapter
Output: +12V – 2.0 A
Please refer to Belk Quick Start Guide
ProdSDC-MBLY-thumb.png MicroSDHC card with SD adapter and USB adapter Please refer to Belk Quick Start Guide

Logical structure of Bora Embedded Linux Kit (BELK)

Please refer to this page.

BELK software components

Please refer to this page.

Quick start guide

Please refer to this page.

Physical devices mapping

Please refer to this page.

Advanced topics

Debugging with Eclipse

Please refer to this page.

ConfigID feature

Please refer to this page.

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