You may want to try the PetaLinux BSPs posted on the MiniZed Reference Designs page. To verify the hardware is OK (UART output, green/red/orange LEDs, etc.) it may be quickest and easiest to start with "Tutorial 01 Build a Zynq Hardware Platform" and "Tutorial 02 First Application - Hello World".
Thanks, Ralph & Tom
I scoured in the intraweb looking for that information.
I already had Vitas 2019.2 installed, so I was able to start the XSCT, but the exec command hangs
In the instruction recovery instructions, they describe opening the port in TeraTerm, then move directly into the XSCT command.
This implies (to me) that they expect TeraTerm to be RUNNING when the XSCT command is issued. Huh?
I'll just buy another one and be more careful.
I'm getting no activity through TeraTerm
My power LED is on,
My two, once blinky, LEDs are both glowing a depressing shade of ORANGE.
My power connections are correct.
Apart from finding a version of Vitas that works, and all the extra work that entails, is there a way to resurrect a MiniZed, like restore it to factory freshness from EEPROM?
I hate to lose a great board and I'm too cheap to buy another.