There is a preconfigured but slightly outdated Raspbian image available, but I used NOOBS to install Raspbian and then installed the logi-pi software manually.
There is no version of Xilinx ISE available for the Raspberry Pi, so I initially installed it on a PC running Windows 10. I later decided to move development to a PC running XUbuntu. However, the license retrieval process failed under XUbuntu, due to ISE not being able to open the default browser. Copying the license file from the Windows PC to the XUbuntu PC solved this problem, though.