I have followed the FINN notebook example (BNN PYNQ CNV CIFAR10) and scp’d my zipped file over to the Kria KV260 board. I am on Ubuntu 22.04 using Pynq version 3.0.1 and have been able to run notebooks using the venv before.
However, I am getting a strange error when trying to run
sudo python3 driver.py --inputfile=input.npy
According to FINN’s notebook example, this should allow you to run a simple CNN on the Kria board. I checked out some troubleshooting at Daiphys website and fixed some of the related issues with “No Module Pynq as sudo” as well as “no devices found”. Here is the output:
It seems to be related to an xclbin file but not too familiar with the specifics, just trying to follow the traceback and look under the tmp folder with no luck. Any ideas of what might be stopping this script from running?