|Subject:||[Qemu-ppc] Emulation of Virtex 5 FX100T running two embedded PPC440|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Apr 2014 10:31:39 +0200|
One of my main concern is to be able to develop and test software level (i.e. executable C code on a given OS on the dual PPC 440), without the real hardware or evaluation board to speed up final integration step.
I would therefore like to know what are the possibility to emulate hw platform and what would be the OS supported.
Since I am pretty new to those techno. I may need some help to have a clearer understanding on what I shall pay attention and what I should expect from emulation compare to real hardware.
I've seen that xilinx supports qemu for some platform ( Zynq and Microblaze ) and that qemu seems to have an ML507 PPC 440 emulated board working with linux OS.
As a start I'm wondering whether the ML507 PPC 440 emulation board can be configured to run two embedded processors ?
I would also need UART for RS422 communication and being able to develop a stub for FPGA bitstream that will be implemented in final board. Again I might forgot important keypoint in my requirements, please correct me if possible.
Thanks a lot for your help and advice
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