In the latest version of lowrisc I'm not sure how to define DMA that reads
from memory and writes to local buffer.
At the lowrisc 0.3 there was nasti_bram_ctrl that was removed at 0.4, do
you have some example that show how this works with 0.4
I'm working with the latest version of lowrisc (untethered 0.4), booting
Linux on the NEXYS 4, I realized that when I need to run a program (e.g.
hello word ) then after cross compile it I need to copy the executable to
the busybox and regenerate the bitstream and download it to the board again
in order to have the executable shown at linux and then I can run it.
I wounder if there is a simpler way to copy executable into the running
linux without the need to recompile? what need to be done to enable this?