1.1. Programming Flow 1.2. Intel® Quartus® Prime Programmer Window 1.3. Programming and Configuration Modes 1.4. Design Security Keys 1.5. Verifying if Programming Files Correspond to a Compilation of the Same Source Files 1.6. Convert Programming Files Dialog Box 1.7. Flash Loaders 1.8. JTAG Debug Mode for Partial Reconfiguration 1.9. Scripting Support 1.10. Programming Intel® FPGA Devices Revision History
220.127.116.11. Running JTAG Daemon with Linux
The JTAGD daemon allows a remote machine to program or debug a board that is connected to a Linux host over the network. The JTAGD daemon also allows multiple programs to use JTAG resources at the same time. The JTAGD daemon is the Linux version of a JTAG server.
Run the JTAGD daemon to avoid:
- The JTAGD server from exiting after two minutes of idleness.
- The JTAGD server from not accepting connections from remote machines, which might lead to an intermittent failure.
To run JTAGD as a daemon, follow these steps:
- Create an /etc/jtagd directory.
- Set the permissions of this directory and the files in the directory to allow you to have the read/write access.
- Run jtagd (with no arguments) from your quartus/bin directory.
The JTAGD daemon is now running and does not terminate when you log off.