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KAkyo
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ASE simulation for AAL

Hello,

 

I am trying to run ASE simulation for my AAL application. However on the site "https://wiki.intel-research.net/FPGA.html" there is small section for AAL and it does not give a clear and detailed explanation for the flow. I think it is as simple as OPAE flow, however I couldn't manage to run the simulation. Is there any documentation or someone who can give detailed information about the flow?

 

PS: I am working on an on-going project, so I cannot switch to OPAE right now.

Thank you in advance.

Best Regards.

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I am not much familiar with AAL, however looking at the link you pointed, I can see

 

AAL legacy software

A few Broadwell machines remain available with the AAL driver loaded if you must continue to use AAL. The AAL user-space development environment is loaded by fpga-setup-env when the fpga-bdx-aal class is chosen. In general, the instructions for using AAL within the vLab environment are similar to OPAE. Configure the environment with fpga-setup-env, run synthesis jobs with qsub-synth, run simulation with qsub-sim and allocate an FPGA with qsub-fpga.

 

Another section in link describe the steps to run simulation.

https://wiki.intel-research.net/FPGA.html?language=en_US#simulating-designs-with-ase

and further detailed tutorial here https://github.com/OPAE/intel-fpga-bbb/tree/master/samples/tutorial

 

 

Here are some pointers to the ASE Quick starter guide https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/documentation/uux1498689964626.html

and

ASE user guide https://opae.github.io/1.0.2/docs/ase_userguide/ase_userguide.html

 

See if these are helpful to you.

 

Thanks,

Arslan

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