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DE 10 standard board opencl

Altera_Forum
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Hi, I am newbie of the OpenCL and use the DE10 board standard. 

 

I want to use the board with only OpenCL. That is CPU is the host and DE10 board only support OpenCL and communicate each other. 

 

what should i do for this case? Do I change the BSP ?
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Altera_Forum
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What do you mean by "CPU is the host"? This board already has an OpenCL BSP provided by Terasic which you can use. In this case, the ARM core on the package will act as the host, and the FPGA will be the device. Since this board does not have PCI-E connectivity, you cannot connect it to a PC and use the PC's CPU as OpenCL host.

Altera_Forum
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I used the Terasic BSP. It worked well. Than I want to use the de10 board as only logical.  

 

My desktop PC is the "c" host, and De10 board is used only logical. Two of them is just connected by USB cable. 

 

After I uploaded this message, I found information about that.  

 

The information say "Altera OpenCL just support PCIE* or SOC to connect with host program". is it right?
Altera_Forum
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The information say "Altera OpenCL just support PCIE* or SOC to connect with host program". is it right? 

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Yes, you cannot use OpenCL via USB.
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