My company purchased a full Lancero License in 2012 (Before Altera was bought by Intel) and implemented firmware on an Arria 2 FPGA. Now those are becoming defunct and we are looking at moving that firmware to a Cyclone V (easiest firmware route I think, Quartus 13.1 should compile for both).
Before I had to insert the Lancero License into the Quartus license generated from Arria II dev kit . Now that isn't needed so I don't have a license file to insert the Lancero part into.
How do I get Quartus 13.1 to read my valid Lancero IP License?
Can a fake Quartus 13.1 license be made, so that I can insert the Lancero portion?
Welcome to Intel forum. May we know what you mean by full Lancero License? could you provide the license.dat file for further checking.
You can reply/attach your file in private message.
I just sent the contents of the file in a PM. I am guessing I can't upload any form of file to these forums.
Doing some looking around, my plan may not work. Quartus 13.1 web edition doesn't not support the largest Cyclone V GT variant located on the dev kit (DEV-5CGTD9N). At least that entire series of devices (9) comes up with nothing in the device selection box.
I have activate the license that comes with the dev kit. I will work on downloading a version of Quartus the supports the device present on the DEV-5CGTD9N kit.
I have submitted a request to Lancero for a compatible version of the encrypted source the will work with QSYS.
We have not heard from you and I hope all is well. I will now transition this thread to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get the support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread. Thank you.