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Quartus_cvp command not found, Programming Image Core CvP

SATC
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I'm trying to connect the Intel Cyclone 10 GX device to PCIe. When I execute the command described in the Intel manual:

 

quartus_cvp --vid=<Vendor ID> --did=<Device ID> xxx.core.rbf

 

The terminal presents me the following error: Quartus_cvp command not found.

 

I already set the Quartus Path in the environment variable as show the Figure. And I did moved the .core.rbf file to the path Quartus/bin

 

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JohnT_Intel
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Hi,

 

You will need to performed the setup below in order to install the quartus_cvp. You may refer to https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug_cvp.pdf Chapter - Installing Jungo WinDriver in Linux Systems for more information

 

Installing Jungo WinDriver in Linux Systems

  1. Navigate to <Quartus Prime installation path>/quartus/drivers/wdrvr/linux<32 or 64> 2.
  2. Run the following commands:
    1. ./configure --disable-usb-support
    2. make
    3. su
    4. make install
  3. You can change the permissions for the device file. For example, chmod 666 /dev/windrvr6.
  4. For 64-bit Linux systems, set the Quartus_64BIT environment variable before you run quartus_cvp using the following command:
    1. export QUARTUS_64BIT=1
  5. You can use the quartus_cvp command to download *core .rbf files to your FPGA. The following table lists the quartus_cvp commands for all modes

 

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