Short answer ... Yes

more verbose:
Each board needs its own Quartus project folder.

There are 2 options:

To create that bitfile a new quartus project targeting the DE10 Nano Board 
with DB25 adaptor,
needs to be added here:

With a name like:
Based on the existing _DB25 Quartus project by Charles
As a last resort
I can add a 7I76_7I76_7I76_7I76 pin file to the 
existing DE10_Nano_FB_Cramps quartus project
and create it with a DE10_Nano_FB name and then add something to get the 
built in pin mux to configure for the DB25
Also needed would be to add the SSerial core.
(This will take some time as I'm caught up in updating and debugging my 
synthesizer project)

On Monday, 16 April 2018 20:26:39 UTC+2, mugginsac wrote:
> Michael,
> I followed your instructions down to:
>     setenv bitimage 
> /lib/firmware/socfpga/DE10_Nano_FB_Cramps.3x24_cap_spi.rbf
>     setenv fdtfile socfpga_cyclone5_de10_nano_fb.dtb
> It looks to me like I need something like: 
>     setenv bitimage /lib/firmware/socfpga/DE10_Nano_FB_DB25.rbf
>     setenv fdtfile socfpga_cyclone5_de10_nano_fb.dtb
> It looks like the socfpga_cyclone5_de10_nano_fb.dtb may already exist but 
> that I need to create the DE10_Nano_FB_DB25.rbf.
> Is that right?

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