Hi, I am setting up an Arria 10 N3000 PAC, and when I ran `sudo fpgainfo fme`, it shows the output as below. My MAX10 version is way too low, and is the Bitstream version: 0.00 and value for Pr Interface Id expected?
I am running on CentOS 7.9 with Intel Xeon CPU.
Is this the latest stack mentioned above?
I am using BD-NVV-N3000-2 (25 GbE), do I download v1.3.1, or just update and patch the version 1.1?
I’m glad that your question has been addressed in https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-High-Level-Design/N3000-setup-Pr-Interface-ID-eeeeeeee-eeee-eee...
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