PRI_UARTis connected to FPGA, configuration depends on FPGA (usually 8N1 115200 baudrate)
AUX_UARTis connected to FPGA, configuration depends on FPGA (this UART is usually routed to RTM through FPGA, usual configuration: 8N1 115200 baudrate)
MMC_CONS_PROGis connected to MMC, configuration is 8N1 115200 baudrate (again, can be changed by changing settings in MMC firmware)
Usually on Windows 10 and Linux no additional drivers are needed for the USB-UART bridge (FT4232H). Please refer to the FTDI website in case of missing drivers in your system. Drivers allow the user to communicate with the USB interface via a standard PC serial emulation port (TTY).
These UART console appear usually as
/dev/ttyUSB3 on Linux if no other ttyUSB devices are connected (
/dev/ttyUSB0 is in this case a JTAG connection, usually used by openocd. On Windows with correct drivers, FTDI usually appears as 4 consecutive COM ports. The latter 3 are