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Arria 10 GX not recognized in lspci

Honored Contributor II



I want to use an Arria 10GX FPGA for OpenCL programming, therefore I connect it to a PCI slot on a host machine. 

However, before I can do anything else, it is not listed by lspci. 

What should I do to make the FPGA PCI card to be recognized by the host machine? 

It should be visible even before doing anything else, right? 


Thank you
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Honored Contributor II

The PCIe HIP needs to be programmed with a bitfile and then the system needs to be rebooted. 

If your Arria 10 card is already setup for OpenCL this would be in flash and would have happened when you powered up.