Generate artifacts for the back-end boards
The new (and old) software architecture requires artifacts to be pushed to the back-end board to ensure correct operations. These artifacts include (not exclusive list):
- The firmware bitstreams
- The software RPC modules
- The address table (as long as it useful on the back-end board)
Depends on #61, although the work on the RPC modules could be started before.
What is the expected correct behavior?
The artifacts are copied to a well-known location during the installation process so that high-level software can use them to configure the back-end board.
The well-know location prefix is likely to be
/opt/cmsgemos/share. The precise suffix should be discussed here and must be able to cope with the different GEM stations and back-end boards (let's call the combinations, flavors).