My Introduction:

Peter Lindener lindener.peter at ...9...
Tue Jan 28 23:24:40 CET 2014


    I took note of the mention of Wayland in relation to Nitpicker in the
Genode 2014 road-map...   Seems like Genode in ARM trust-zone...will
likewise be quite relevant for  running on a Zynq SOC..

   I did take note that OKLabs already has some support for Zynq 7000


On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 7:20 AM, Norman Feske
<norman.feske at ...1...>wrote:

> Hi Peter,
> thank you very much for the elaborate response to my questions.
> Given their capabilities, it is amazing how cheap those Zynq development
> boards are. The one-year node-locked license is certainly enough to get
> one hooked with diving into the world of HW-SW codesign.
> In the past, we had been working on running Genode on the Microblaze
> softcore and created custom IP cores for display and user input.
> However, as most users of the framework are apparently using ARM SoCs or
> x86, we are focusing on those platforms for now. I still hope to work
> with FPGAs again. So I'm curious about how your plan will work out.
> Cheers
> Norman
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