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In Linux system, by the BMC , use altera-stapl driver to configure CPLD max2 with JBC file through JTAG interface, the result is given back as: Unrecognized device. How to solve this problem?

KLing4
Partner
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In addition, the altera-stapl driver comes from the Linux kernel and is downloaded from kernel.org , the asp-cpld is the JTAG code of the adaptive BMC.

  • The driver code that prints the error message

 

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  • Print out the opcode and parameter information for each execution

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  • The driver prints the following information

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ShafiqY_Intel
Employee
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Hi KLing4 ,

 

Can you check your JTAG connection first whether it is working or not? (jtagconfig)

 

open Command Prompt/Terminal ---> go to Quartus directory <Quartus installation directory>intelFPGA\18.1\quartus\bin64> ---> run jtagconfig

jtagconfig.JPG

 

Cheers

KLing4
Partner
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The jtag connection is ok , I'm sure.

ShafiqY_Intel
Employee
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Can you show your screenshot of your jtagconfig first?

 

Thanks

KLing4
Partner
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Sorry , I haven't .The answer by the custome . And they can use the Quartus-programmer to configure the device through the Jtag interface sucessfully.

 

ShafiqY_Intel
Employee
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Hi KLing4,

 

Did the 'jtagconfig' in LINUX is successful?

 

 

And one more thing, did you change the permissions on the the device files? If not, you can try this step:

 

I hope this will help you.

 

Thanks

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