I’m trying to use a pipe from the FPGA to a PC, but all I get is 0xdeadf00d. Reading http://forums.opalkelly.com/t/ramtester-is-failed-with-the-recompiled-ramtest-rbf/1273 , it seems like there are issues reading okHostMicrocode.hex. Looking through the log files, I can confirm that Quartus can’t find the file. I also see that the encrypted HDL seems to be hardcoded to read from …/okHostMicrocode.hex, which is a bit strange since the documentation tells me to drop the file into quartus work directory. As a side-note, relative paths are always tricky with verilog. It’s better to just use okHostMicrocode.hex, since that gives us the option to put the file in any of the include directories or in the working directory.
I also read something about a known issue with 14.0 (can’t find any info on the actual issue though), so I tried this in 13.1 and 16.0 as well. In 16.0 I can make quartus find the file by placing it one level above the quartus working directory, but I’m not getting a programming file this way. Instead I get an error saying that the microcode file isn’t the same as the one in Analysis & Synthesis.
This is with frontpanel 4.5.5. Thankful for any help