Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Power Advantage Tool part 10 - Building and Running the Linux Design From Sources



It is sometimes helpful to have an example of power management. The Power Advantage Tool Linux code has power management API's, as well as other demo configurations. This section describes how to build and run the Power Advantage Tool Linux code from sources.


1 Release-Specific Instructions

Caution: Instructions on Building and Running the Linux Design from Sources are release-specific. Please proceed to the appropriate Wiki page:
Unsupported2016.2 ZCU102 Instructions
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Power Advantage Tool Linux 2016.32016.3 ZCU102 Instructions
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Power Advantage Tool Linux 2017.1 2017.1 ZCU102 Instructions
Unsupported2017.1 ZCU106 Instructions
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Power Advantage Tool Linux 2018.1 2018.1 ZCU102 Instructions
Unsupported2018.1 ZCU106 Instructions
Unsupported2018.2 ZCU111 Instructions
Unsupported2018.3 ZCU111 Instructions
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Power Advantage Tool Linux 2019.12019.1 ZCU102 (PL) Instructions
Unsupported2019.1 ZCU111 Instructions
Unsupported2019.2 ZCU216 Instructions
Unsupported2020.1 ZCU111 Instructions
Unsupported2020.1 ZCU208 Instructions
Unsupported2020.1 ZCU216 Instructions
Unsupported2020.2 ZCU111 Instructions
Unsupported2019.2 ZCU208 Instructions
Unsupported2019.2 ZCU216 Instructions

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