andreas_pirklbauer at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 17 11:06:36 CEST 2019
> ORX (or Boot) has nothing to do with the "FPGA Oberon distribution" per se as it
> does not run in FPGA Oberon but on the system you build your FPGA Oberon on.
Correct. ORX is provided on FPGA Oberon and EO in case someone wants to quickly “borrow” an FPGA Oberon system to generate a PROM file that needs to be included in the bit stream file that is to be transferred to the FPGA hardware.
In general though, a tool like ORX will also exist on the host machine that is used to create and then (flash) a bit file to the FPGA hardware. This could be a Linux, Windows, Mac, etc machine (for example, Xilinx tools on Windows).
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