This page describes "NetFPGA".
Following instructions are verified on these systems:
- Debian Jessie - 64-bit
See also another device https://github.com/NetFPGA/NetFPGA-public/wiki
$ sudo apt-get install git make gcc g++ lrzsz minicom libusb-dev libc6.i386 scapy fxload linux-source vim libusb-1.0
Getting Started Guide
I recommend to use ISE 14.6. Install it without Cable driver. You can use Vivado as well. Using Vivado there doesn't exist a problem with programing NetFPGA over USB-JTAG.
Don't do this steps if you want to program your device by using Vivado.
Installation of drivers and libraries:
Add the Xilinx tools to your environment PATH by sourcing the settings64.sh script in the Xilinx installation location:
$ source /opt/Xilinx/14.6/ISE_DS/settings64.sh
Install libs for XUP USB-JTAG:
Install digilent's tools, You have to install configuration file ".cse/" to your home directory:
Fix rights in rules of the udev.
At this moment I don't know importance of open drivers for Xilinx from Michael Germoth http://www.rmdir.de/~michael/xilinx/ .
NetFPGA Ethernet driver
If you have connected NetFPGA over PCIe you can use drivers for Ethernet interfaces.
Clone this repository:
Set path to your repository and compile PCIe driver:
$ source bashrc_addon_NetFPGA_10G $ cd $NF_DESIGN_DIR/sw/host/driver $ sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) $ make $ sudo insmod nf10.ko