I’m using a new RFSoC 4x2 with the latest PYNQ image (v3.0.1) downloaded from the official PYNQ website:
PYNQ - Python productivity for Zynq - Board
I tried to use the mini-display port using the notebooks provided on Xilinx’s GitHub:
RFSoC-PYNQ/boards/RFSoC4x2/notebooks/common/display_port_introduction.ipynb at master · Xilinx/RFSoC-PYNQ · GitHub
I received an error message at the beginning, as shown in the image. It says “Ignoring unconnected port”
Thank you very much for your future help!
I found the solution; my issue was with the type of Mini-Display to HDMI adapter. It was a passive adapter.
The only important thing is to use the active mini-Display-Port to HDMI adapter as it explained here:
I tried following adapter and it works fine (black one):
You should connect the board to monitor with the adaptor and then power recycle the board, then you should see that the PYNQ will appear! Like this: