AN 796: Cyclone® V and Arria® V SoC Device Design Guidelines

ID 683360
Date 3/30/2022
Document Table of Contents Golden System Reference Design (GSRD) for Linux

The Golden System Reference Design (GSRD) for Linux is provided, which consists of the following:
  • GHRD (Golden Hardware Reference Design) - A Quartus Prime project
  • Reference U-Boot based Bootloader
  • Reference Linux BSP
  • Sample Linux Applications
Figure 9. GSRD for Linux - Overview

The GSRD for Linux is a well-tested known good design showcasing a system using both HPS and FPGA resources, intended to be used as a baseline project.

GUIDELINE: To successfully build your software development platform, it is recommended that you use the GSRD as a baseline project, then modify it to suit your application needs.

The GSRDs target the Intel® SoC Development Boards and are provided both in source and pre-compiled form. They can be obtained from GSRD User Manuals.

GUIDELINE: It is recommended that all new projects use the latest version of GSRD as a baseline.

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