Unable to connect - Arria 10 PAC Compilation and Programming - RTL AFU, OpenCL , I required GUI to access quartus tools. please help me to get those nodes with X2GO tunneling access
from login-2 node, I ran "devcloud_login" and selected option 1-Arria 10 PAC Compilation and Programming - RTL AFU, OpenCL
getting this response - running: qsub -q batch@v-qsvr-fpga -I -l nodes=s005-n005:ppn=2
qsub: submit error (Unauthorized Request MSG=group ACL is not satisfied: user uxxxxx@login-2, queue batch)
I'm able to connect only option 2- Arria 10 OneAPI
Required to access Intel Quartus tool GUI by connecting x2goclient . Please help me to solve this.
It looks like you only register to devcloud for oneAPI. In order to use the Arria 10 PAC with RTL or OpenCL then you will need to request for the access to devcloud for FPGA. You can signup from https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/tools/devcloud/fpga.html.
After signing up, you will have access to both oneAPI and FPGA devcloud
Thank you for the clarification.
I did sign up. I received mail stating "Thank you for contact us. we will get back you shortly".
There is no access provided , could you please let me know, how long it will take to get access.
But I'm able to perform aoc compilation with oneAPI FPGA node. hardware also built successfully.
please let me know, any other way to connect GUI for oneAPI FPGA nodes.
It will take around 24hours.
If you are using OneAPI then unfortunately it will not support GUI. Only devcloud for FPGA support GUI but it is only used for normal RTL and OpenCL flow.
May I know how do you setup and run x2go? Do you follow the guide in https://github.com/intel/FPGA-Devcloud/tree/master/main/Devcloud_Access_Instructions#61-opening-port...?
You need to login into the devcloud node before executing "ssh -L 4002:s001-n137:22 devcloud" (if you are using node s001-n137) before you are able to launch x2go.
Do you performed the step as below?
May I know which node are you connected if you are still facing the issue? Could you provide the full log on your terminal?