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Add Vitis 2023.1 to an Existing Vivado Install


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This post shows step-by-step how to add Vitis 2023.1 to an existing Vivado install. It also contains links to all of the license agreements you'll need to agree to so you can view them outside of the installer.





Notes


Vivado was installed in this directory:

~/tools/amd/vivadoml/2023.1

We'll install Vitis to:

~/tools/amd/

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Requirements

209.28 GB disk needed



Run the installer

~/Xilinx_Unified_2023.1_0507_1903/xsetup


Select Vitis and click Next >.

Select Vitis


Leave the defaults selected and click Next >:

Accept defaults

Agree to all and click Next >

Accept license agreements

Copies of the agreements


End User License Agreement for Vitis


End User License Agreement for Vivado


End User License Agreement for DocNav


End User License Agreement for Model Composer


Third Party Software End User License Agreement for Vitis


Third Party Software End User License Agreement for DocNav


Third Party Software End User License Agreement for Vivado


Third Party Software End User License Agreement for Model Composer



Use /home/demouser/tools/amd as the installation directory, deselectoff Create program group entries, click Next >

Set install directory and install

Click Install

Install summary screen

This took 41 minutes on my computer.


Note the additional installation prompt and click OK

Click OK to complete the download


Source the environment

source ~/tools/amd/Vitis/2023.1/settings64.sh


Run vitis

vitis

Note: If you see a small clipped window, close Vitis and relaunch it.



Here's the IDE

The Vitis 2023.1 IDE

If you want to try and see the new IDE, click Yes

Try new Vitis IDE

Note: I clicked this and did not see the new IDE.



This post showed how to add Vitis 2023.1 to an existing Vivado install.



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