A starting point for those who just want to try out the board. You don't
really need to know how to use ISE to go through this, but having some
Linux knowledge is expected.
The aim of this tutorial is to lead you through the process of booting a
Rhino into the BORPH operating system, and running bof files (i.e.,
files that program an encapsulated bitfile into the FPGA).
If you don't have time to go through a full ISE tutorial linked to
below, you can see the very brief Rhino Tutorial 0 - ISE and Simulation
Basics that will help you get a feel for the tools if you are merely
wanting to experiment (with or without having a Rhino connected).
The aim of this tutorial is to lead you through the process of getting a
simple VHDL design up together and simulated on Xilinx ISIM; it also
covers the basics of using OCTAVE for graphing some of the simulated