Setting up Vivado on an Amazon EC2 Instance – Part 4

Now that we have a working copy of Vivado able to synthesize a design and create a bitfile, we want to use Vivado to program our local FPGA.

Key notes:

  • Add a reverse tunnel to Putty from port 3122 (remote) to the local port 3121
  • Start your local hardware server by launching  <VivadoPath>/bin/hw_server  on a command shell

Setting up Vivado in an Amazon EC2 instance – Part 1

Setting up Vivado on an Amazon EC2 instance – Part 2

Setting up Vivado on an Amazon EC2 Instance – Part 3

 

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