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Arm Development Studio for Intel SoC FPGA Edition

Getting Started

The Development Studio for Intel SoC FPGA Edition enables FPGA-adaptive debugging on Intel SoC FPGA devices. (what’s in the package?). Designed for both firmware and application software developers, the Development Studio Intel SoC FPGA Edition can be used over the USB-Blaster II, the Arm DSTREAM, or Ethernet connection. This toolkit is available for purchase from Intel .

Follow these three simple steps to get up and running:


1. Download and Install

Download the Arm Development Studio for Intel SoC FPGA from the Intel website.

After downloading Arm Development Studio run armds.exe, then follow the simple on-screen installation instructions.

Note During installation you might be prompted to install device drivers. These drivers are to allow USB connections to DSTREAM and ULINK hardware units. It is recommended to install these drivers if you intend to use these features.

After downloading Arm Development Studio run armds.sh, then follow the simple on-screen installation instructions.

It is recommended you delete any previous release of Development Studio before installing a new release; the installer guides you through this process. Alternatively, you can install it into a different directory.

Note The installer includes device drivers that require you to run with root privileges.

Arm DS for Intel SoC FPGA Downloads

Arm DS For Intel SoC FPGA Edition for Windows or Linux can be downloaded from Intel.com.


2. License setup

Open up the license manager in Development Studio. If this is your first time using the product, then a popup dialog will ask you if you wish to open license manager, otherwise it can be opened from the Help menu > Arm License Manager …

  1. From the Product Setup select Add more, or from the Arm License manager select Add in order to progress to the Add License dialog.
  2. To obtain an evaluation license, continue with the steps below, otherwise go to step 3
    1. Select Obtain evaluation license, and click Next
    2. Log into your Arm account and click Next
    3. Choose a network interface and click Finish. An evaluation license is generated.
    4. Select a product to activate
  3. To activate the product use the Arm license serial number that came with your Intel device
    1. Go to the Arm Licensing portal, select Generate and sign into your Arm account.
    2. In the Serial Number field, enter the serial number that came with your Intel device and click Get license and save the license file.
    3. From the Add License dialog, select Add product license
    4. Select License file and then Browse... to select the file from your workstation. Click Finish.
    5. Select a product to activate

3. Start using Development Studio

Now you are ready to get a debug session up and running with your Starter Kit.