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How to poweroff my zedboard by using Teraterm after running helloworld application

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sekhar5505
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How to poweroff my zedboard by using Teraterm after running helloworld application

I know the poweroff command to poweroff the zedboard. Whenever i run my helloworld application, in teraterm it will show the "HELLOWORLD" output. This is good.
But the problem is after running helloworld, in teraterm window i won't see zynq> prompt to type poweroff command. How can i see this one without reset my zedboard.

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TroutChaser
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The zynq> prompt indicates

The zynq> prompt indicates that you have booted and are running Linux on your ZedBoard. The 'poweroff' command is a Linux script to gracefully close out any pending operations and then shut down Linux.
 
Your "HELLOWORLD" application is a 'bare metal' application, i.e. one with no Operating System (like Linux) running. Once your application is complete there is no Linux running (hence no zynq> prompt) and nothing to clean up or shut down.
 
As suggested in response to one of your previous posts http://www.zedboard.org/content/helloworldelf-storage-location-zedboard ,
it might be useful for you to go through some of the basic tutorials on the Zynq system specificlly, and embedded systems in general, to gain an understanding of how these types of systems operate.
 
-Gary

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sekhar5505
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Thanks for your information.

Thanks for your information. its really helpful for me