@ThomasHornschuh What OS is the machine with the SDCard reader natively using?
It is my Laptop with Windows 10 and an internal SD card reader, but I think I will give @lawrie recommendation of using an USB reader I try. VMWare can pass USB transparently to VMs (it works e.g. with USB disk drives), but the SD Card reader in Laptops are often a Realtek PCIE chip
This may be an option: https://www.balena.io/etcher/
It has binaries for Win, Lin & Mac
Ok. Thanks for the link. I used a different tool Win32DiskImager. It was sucessfull. Still no idea why my first SD card died...
ecppll -i 25 -o 96 --highres -f /dev/stdoutsome code you contributed annotates
(* FREQUENCY_PIN_CLKOP="96" *). Am I missing something or should that frequency actually be
ffeedbackas calculated here? https://github.com/YosysHQ/prjtrellis/blob/74f2c76/libtrellis/tools/ecppll.cpp#L317
ecppll --highresoutput it caused nextpnr errors because it had connected
CLKOSto the same net
This stuff is moving so fast that it is hard to keep up with all the refinements :^)
But that also means that for new ULX3S users it can be confusing. Even examples, projects and discussion threads from just 6 months ago can already be out of date. Kinda like Linux around 1997.