Kria SOM Ubuntu Support¶
In addition to the PetaLinux and Yocto enablement Kria KV260 and KR260 has a certified Ubuntu 22.04 LTS image which can be found at this Ubuntu site. The Getting Started with Kria KV260 Guide provides a tutorial on how to use the provided Ubuntu image on the KV260 Starter Kit including running the Smartcam application, and Getting Started with Kria KR260 Guide provides a tutorial on how to use the provided Ubuntu image on the KV260 Starter Kit including running the ROS 2 Perception Node application. There are more example applications on Vision AI Starter Kit Applications and Robotics Starter Kit Applications.
PYNQ is an open-source project from Xilinx® that makes it easier to use Xilinx platforms by leveraging the Python and Jupyter ecosystems. It can be readily installed on the KV260 running Ubuntu and includes four open-source designs. PYNQ brings Dynamic Function eXchange (DFX) capabilities, in the form of composable overlays, to Kria SOMs so users can create their own custom data pipelines at runtime directly within the PYNQ environment without using additional development tools: time-multiplexing partial or full hardware designs is easier than ever. The Kria-PYNQ GitHub link can be found here.