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Written By eli on February 28th, No registration is required. This is not a research project, but rather an implementation of an IP core. Written By eli on February 27th, The device-driver is designed to be architecture independent but PCIe communication has only been tested from x It’s easy Designed to fail: On the PC side, yes, you need to develop or adopt some kind of driver.

CONFIG_ALTERA_PCIE_CHDMA: Altera PCI Express Chaining DMA driver

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Written By eli on June 1st, Xillybus gives you the data directly through a device file interface.

Written By eli on May 26th, Written By Venice Lim on February 9th, What packet size and transfer size did you use for throughput calculations? Moreover, are you the one who coded the driver on Linux?

Sign up using Facebook. As for the Linux side, there is no work at all. As for the throughput: Thanks Eli for the response on Xillybus throughput.

PCI express from a Xilinx/Altera FPGA to a Linux machine: Making it easy

All that is needed, is to compile a expresd kernel module against the headers of the running Linux kernel. The transport is a PCI Express connection. Your advice is very much needed. Jay Hirata 31 2. Written By harini on February 28th, Written By harini on February 29th, Post as a guest Name.

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Written By eli on March 22nd, Does anyone any idea where I can found some source? So basically, I just ran a program that reads or writes to a file descriptor as fast as possible typically a few GBsand divided the amount of data with the time elapsed. The Linux Device Drivers 3rd Edition is a good resource for this.


I need some example that make something similar to guide me. Plus copying a file or two. User programs have to access to this information.

The usage idea is simple: I pcu very much.