I’m running a non-Pynq image (xilinx 2019.1 kernel with Ubuntu rootfs for the ZCU111), and I’m trying to install the pynq python package (e.g. import pynq in python3) to leverage the xrfdc drivers that “pynq” provides. With that, I started at the Xilinx/PYNQ git page and tried to start installing via:
 sudo pip3 install --upgrade git+https://github.com/Xilinx/PYNQ.git
I’ve encountered errors along the way and resolved them by installing many dependencies, packages, etc. But, now I’m at an error (not able to find libxlnk_cma.h) when trying to install as shown in . The error appears to be referencing a libxhdmi.so library I don’t have.
While I continue looking into this library, I’m curious (since I can’t find this answer anywhere else, yet) what are your thoughts on installing the python pynq package on a non-pynq image? I’m digging through Makefiles and cmake files and other files while trying to be efficient with my time, that is it’s taking longer than I thought
Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!
[EDIT/AFTERTHOUGHT]: I guess it seems like, perhaps I’m reinventing the wheel here, so to speak. I say that not being the most familiar with Pynq and all that it allows. My thought was the the pynq package that I can import is only a piece of what a pynq image provides. Meaning, perhaps what I’m doing isn’t much different than what the ZCU111 pynq image provides?