22.214.171.124. Creating Configuration Files Using Graphical Interface
The following example creates the AVST configuration files for HPS boot first mode using the Programming File Generator in GUI mode:
- Start the Programming File Generator mode by running the qpfgw command.
- Select the Device Family to be Intel® Stratix® 10.
- Select the Configuration mode to be AVST x8, AVST x16 or AVST x32.
- In the Output Files tab:
The Intel® Quartus® Prime Programming File Generator window is displayed:Figure 25. Intel® Quartus® Prime Programming File Generator Pro Edition Window: Output Files
- Change the output file Name to “design”.
- Check Raw Binary File for HPS Core Configuration (.rbf) option – the others are grayed out.
- Check Raw Binary File for Periphery Configuration (.rbf) sub-option.
- Switch to Input Files tab by clicking it. In the Input Files tab, do the following:
The Intel® Quartus® Prime Programming File Generator window is displayed:Figure 26. Intel® Quartus® Prime Programming File Generator Pro Edition Window: Input Files
- Click the Add Bitstream button, browse to your SOF file, then click Open.
- Click the newly added design.sof file, then click Properties. In the HPS settings > Bootloader section, click the “..” browse button, go to the location of your HPS FSBL hex file, select it and click Open.
- Click the Generate button. Once the files are generated, a confirmation message is received.
- Optionally, go to File > Save or File > Save As to save the configuration in a .pfg file. You can generate the output again by applying the same options by running the command line version of the tool like this: “quartus_pfg -c <filename.pfg>”.
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