- Connect the board to your computer using the Platform Cable USB and power on the board.
- From the main Vivado IDE, select Flow > Open Hardware Manager.
- Select Open target on the green banner. Follow the steps in the wizard to establish communication with the board.
- Right-click the Xilinx device (e.g. xcku040_0) and select Program Device.
- Navigate to the Bitstreams folder to select
top_shift_right_right.bit, then click Program to program the device.
You should now see the bank of GPIO LEDs performing two identical tasks: two sets of four LEDs are shifting to the right. Note the amount of time it took to configure the full device.
The currently operating device contains top (static), first-order RM reconfig_shifters, and second-order RMs shift_right (upper) and shift_right (lower).