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1. How can I get the PCIe (Avalon-MM interface) linux kernel drivers for stratix 10 dev kit? 2. Is this driver compatible with CentOS 6 (linux kernels version 2.6). And if not how can I have the correct version drivers?

ADinc
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In the user guide, UG-20033, in section 2.6 it seems like I have to generate an example design first. Is this the only way to get this driver?

 

I'm an embedded sw developer and I'll be working on host pcie application using stratix 10 dev kit. And I'm new to Altera/intel.

Can you please help?

 

Thank you,

Asli

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SengKok_L_Intel
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Hi,

 

Yes, you are right, when you generate the example design of PCIe from the IP GUI, it comes with a driver, this driver is provided as is or as it is.

 

Regards -SK

ADinc
Beginner
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Hi,

Thank you for the answer.

Also, is there any information about the OS, Question2? Specifically CentOs 6?

 

Regards,

Asli

SengKok_L_Intel
Moderator
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The driver is come with as is or as it is.  It does not specific with OS or Kernel version is supported. But it should work with most of the  

 

 

​Hi  Asli,

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