I am using Labview 2017 FPGA module and I want to complie my VI's to a remote computer( server as well as worker). The remote computer consists of Vivado 2014.2 instead of 2015.4 as recomended by NI. Kintex 7 Evaluation board is my FPGA target.
Following are my Questions.....
1. Is it required to upgrade the virsion of Vivado from 2014.2 to 2015.4?
2. How to install and download Compile farm in the remote computer?
3. Do I need to uninstall the existing version of vivado and install the Xilinx Compilation tool in the remote computer?
Solved! Go to Solution.
What are the other software modules and drivers that are required to be installed in order to access the FPGA in the NI USRP 2944R?
Following are the modules which are already installed in the development computer(windows)-
1. FPGA module
2. Xilinx compilation tool 14.7
3 NI RIO driver software.
Have I missed anything ....? because when I connect my USRP through the PCIe bus and create a new project, I cannot find the the option to add device and target.
The other doubt which I have is, how to check whether the ''Xilinx compilation tool'' is properly installed or not?
I think you already posted that question (and I responded) here: https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Toolkits-required-for-programming-and-FPGA-via-labview/m-p/4014960#...
Ideally, try to keep one thread to one question, and when it is solved mark it as solved so others can see without opening and reading through 🙂
So for this thread, questions about the compile farm server might be appropriate, but the USRP is a separate topic.