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Configuring FPGA from HPS on SoCKit board

Hi everybody! 

I'v managed to boot Linux from QSPI-flash on SoCKit board, but I can't configure FPGA from QSPI-flash. I'm trying to configure FPGA from preloader as shown in  

GSRD v13.1- Programming FPGA from HPS. 

I created 3 partitions for QSPI and wrote fpga.rbf file into /dev/mtd2, rebuilt preloader (after making changes in socfpga_common.h file) and flash it into /dev/mtd1. After powering the board I got  

 

U-Boot SPL 2013.01.01 (Apr 10 2018 - 11:59:25) 

BOARD : Altera SOCFPGA Cyclone V Board 

CLOCK: EOSC1 clock 25000 KHz 

CLOCK: EOSC2 clock 25000 KHz 

CLOCK: F2S_SDR_REF clock 0 KHz 

CLOCK: F2S_PER_REF clock 0 KHz 

CLOCK: MPU clock 925 MHz 

CLOCK: DDR clock 400 MHz 

CLOCK: UART clock 100000 KHz 

CLOCK: MMC clock 50000 KHz 

CLOCK: QSPI clock 370000 KHz 

RESET: COLD 

INFO : Watchdog enabled 

SDRAM: Initializing MMR registers 

SDRAM: Calibrating PHY 

SEQ.C: Preparing to start memory calibration 

SEQ.C: CALIBRATION PASSED 

SDRAM: 1024 MiB 

FPGA : Programming FPGA 

SF: Read data capture delay calibrated to 3 (0 - 7) 

SF: Detected N25Q512 with page size 65536, total: 67108864 

 

into the Linux console... I've tried MSEL="00000" and "01010", but without any success. Bootsel = "111" (boot from QSPI). 

 

If I change the preloader to another one (without FPGA from QSPI configuring support) Linux normally starts from QSPI... 

Any help will be appreciated.
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