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xc3sprog is a suite of utilities for programming Xilinx FPGAs, CPLDs, and EEPROMs with the Xilinx Parallel Cable and other JTAG adapters under linux. Originally based on code written by Andrew Rogers (http://www.rogerstech.co.uk/ ).


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  • Eugen Mironets
    Eugen Mironets
    2014-04-01

    Hello!
    When I had "parallel_port-programmer" and board with Spartan-3, I did command
    "xc3sprog -c pp". It worked pervectly.

    Now I have a Win'XP and xilinx usb-cable with system name:
    usb-hs USB\VID_03FD&PID_0008\5&476FB6F&0&5.
    Additionaly I have a board with FPGA Spartan-6.
    Command like this "xc3sprog.exe -c xpc" does not work.
    What command can I run for detecting this device by using usb-cable? Or I can not detect jtag-chain with spartan-6 by using this program and this cable?

    Thanks in advance!
    Evgeniy

    P.S.: When I used my usb-cable under Win'7 I see system driver details below
    "Port_#0005.Hub_#0008"

     
    • Uwe Bonnes
      Uwe Bonnes
      2014-04-02

      "Eugen" == Eugen Mironets eugenpc@users.sf.net writes:

      Eugen> Hello!  When I had "parallel_port-programmer" and board with
      Eugen> Spartan-3, I did command "xc3sprog -c pp". It worked pervectly.
      
      Eugen> Now I have a Win'XP and xilinx usb-cable with system name: usb-hs
      Eugen> USB\VID_03FD&PID_0008\5&476FB6F&0&5.  Additionaly I have a board
      Eugen> with FPGA Spartan-6.  Command like this "xc3sprog.exe -c xpc"
      Eugen> does not work.  What command can I run for detecting this device
      Eugen> by using usb-cable? Or I can not detect jtag-chain with spartan-6
      Eugen> by using this program and this cable?
      
      Eugen> Thanks in advance!  Evgeniy
      
      Eugen> P.S.: When I used my usb-cable under Win'7 I see system driver
      Eugen> details below "Port_#0005.Hub_#0008"
      

      You have to install libusb for windows. Find a start in README.Win32. Please
      report how you proceed.

      Bye

      Uwe Bonnes bon@elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de

      Institut fuer Kernphysik Schlossgartenstrasse 9 64289 Darmstadt
      --------- Tel. 06151 162516 -------- Fax. 06151 164321 ----------

       
      • Eugen Mironets
        Eugen Mironets
        2014-04-08

        Hello! Thank you for answer. ISE detects this usb-cable. xc3sprog can not.
        Where can I find libusb for windows7?
        Thanks in advance,
        Eugen

        2014-04-03 2:36 GMT+04:00 Uwe Bonnes u_bonnes@users.sf.net:

        "Eugen" == Eugen Mironets eugenpc@users.sf.net writes:

        Eugen> Hello! When I had "parallel_port-programmer" and board withEugen> Spartan-3, I did command "xc3sprog -c pp". It worked pervectly.
        Eugen> Now I have a Win'XP and xilinx usb-cable with system name: usb-hsEugen> USB\VID_03FD&PID_0008\5&476FB6F&0&5. Additionaly I have a boardEugen> with FPGA Spartan-6. Command like this "xc3sprog.exe -c xpc"Eugen> does not work. What command can I run for detecting this deviceEugen> by using usb-cable? Or I can not detect jtag-chain with spartan-6Eugen> by using this program and this cable?
        Eugen> Thanks in advance! Evgeniy
        Eugen> P.S.: When I used my usb-cable under Win'7 I see system driverEugen> details below "Port_#0005.Hub_#0008"

        You have to install libusb for windows. Find a start in README.Win32.
        Please
        report how you proceed.
        Bye

        Uwe Bonnes bon@elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de

        Institut fuer Kernphysik Schlossgartenstrasse 9 64289 Darmstadt
        --------- Tel. 06151 162516 -------- Fax. 06151 164321 ----------
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