I’m trying to get to the point where I can build my own custom board/FPGA design rather than the Pynq-Z1. I can build the Pynq-Z1 currently and it runs on the zynq. I then copy the ‘Pynq-Z1’ directory in the boards folder within the Pynq repo. I rename that to “Rob-1”. This will be the new “board” I want to build. I update the .spec file to reflect these changes and kick off the build with the
command. It seems as though all of the boards are getting built to some degree and loaded on the sdcard bionic partition that holds the filesystem during the build process. The build fails because I run out of space. I have a screenshot of the failure below. Why would this be happening when I’m specifying my board name to the make file?