How to Interface to FPGA Bitstreams from Linux User Space
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Linux provides a number of mechanisms which allow you to interact with your FPGA Bitstreams without the need for complex kernel device drivers. So you can test and develop your programmable hardware using simple Linux user space applications.
In this training webinar we will review the options and examine their pros and cons.
Find out how programmable logic is represented in the device tree
Explore the Linux user space mechanisms for FPGA I/O
Understand the best use of these methods
The concepts will be explored in the context of Xilinx® Zynq® SoCs and UltraScale+™ MPSoCs.
The webinar will be presented by Senior Member Technical Staff, Simon Goda. Attendance is FREE and live Q&A will be provided throughout the broadcast.
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