As above, thanks to FIzzisist for hammering out the new code. Programming now seems to work 100%, about 60+kb/s taking just over a min to program the FPGA, that’s plenty fast enough I’d say.
Pre-processing does take up a fair amount of CPU power though. Maybe later the processed stuff can be cached to a file or something.
Anyways here’s a screen capture of the FPGA being successfully programmed and then the miner working (50Mhash/s code running, still haven’t got a heatsink for this yet).
Apologies for the messy desktop… xD