Category: FPGA

DE1-SoC: Using SSH keys

The standard Linux SD-Card images that you can get for the DE1-SoC board from the Terasic website have the SSH daemon enabled by default. Through this SSH connection it is possible to log in from a remote terminal or upload files SCP. However, by default you always have to enter a password. This short guide […]

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Using the Serial Port on the DE1-SoC

The micro USB port that can be found in the upper right corner of the DE1-SoC is connected to the HPS of the Cyclone V chip and is therefore accessible from the Linux running on the board for communication. However, it is not a real USB port but a serial port with an FTDI serial-to-USB […]

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DE1-SoC Project Template

Earlier this week I received a DE1-SoC development board from Terasic. It took me quite a long time to get a simple HelloWorld application running as the chip on this board fuses a DualCore ARM Cortex-A9 with the latest Cyclone V FPGA from Altera into a single package. I tried for a long time to […]

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