In a previous article I presented the AVRILOS round-robin operating system. In this article I will describe the process to integrate FPGA configuration data into your code and be able to configure FPGA devices without the need of an external serial or PROM/Flash. This will reduce chip count if you integrate FPGAs with a microcontroller as I often do. Also I will present a simple VHDL SSI/SPI interface in VHDL that you can use as peripheral FPGA which you can control through AVRILOS.  The example application is a 8 channel R/C Servo controller which is demonstrated through a video presentation.