I have a JTAG device and am trying to program it through the command line. I have previously programmed using a .pof through:
./quartus_pgm -m jtag -o "p;/path/bitstream.pof@1"
I would now like to program an encrypted bitstream, along with the .ips and .ekp files.
I have these files:
I believe these are the individual commands for adding the key and programming the bitstream:
./quartus_pgm -k -m jtag -o "p;/path/key_file.ekp@1"
./quartus_pgm m jtag -o "p;/path/encrypted_bitsream.pof@1"
I cannot find documentation for adding the .ips file. Could someone help?
Should these 3 commands be sequential or combined in command line?
Here's the response I received from the internal teams:
According to https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683865/current/executing-ips-file.html, the IPS file must be programmed along with the .pof file. You can convert this combined file to .jam and then use quartus_jli to execute.
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