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SOC booting error CRDA

IOzan
Beginner
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Hello,

I'm trying to implement my first HPS system on my new DE10-Nano FPGA.

I've successfully created the following files: preloader-mkpimage.bin, u-boot.img, HPSFPGA executable file (simple led and switches control), soc_system.rbf and socfpga.dtb. I sync them to the uSD card, turn on PuTTY and power the board. After several seconds, the boot stopped with that following message:

"cfg80211: Exceeded CRDA call max attempts. Not calling CRDA"

When looking on board FPGA led's, it seem that they are still held by their on pull up resistor (so the FPGA haven't burn yet. MSEL="00000")

What could be the problem? What should I do?

Thanks a lot,

Idan

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IOzan
Beginner
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Is this forum still active? Is that supposed to take so lone for you to response??

I could really use your help... 

IOzan
Beginner
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Disgrace- you buy boards to to take over a new technology but there is no one behind you… completely on your own! what happened to the great inte? I will use only xilinx board from now on!!

 

EricMunYew_C_Intel
Moderator
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Can you try to run apt-get install crda -y. I noticed that it is not an Intel dev kit.


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