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Arria 10 HPS: Platform Designer Error: Unsupported Device under Linux (Windows works)

KSchi
Beginner
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I have a Quartus project for Arria 10 10AS016E4F29E3SG which contains a Platform Designer project with HPS and EMIF for HPS (no other IPs). When running the Quartus software on Linux I get an error from Platform Designer: "unsupported device 10AS016E4F29E3SG"; the system cannot be generated. When I open the same Project on Windows (same Quartus version ((19.3, 19.2 have been tested)) ), there is no error. Why should be a device not supported in Linux development environment but supported on Windows (device Package for Arria10 is installed on each environment)?

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sstrell
Honored Contributor III
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In Linux, can you create a new project that targets that specific device? If not, but you see other Arria 10 devices that can be targeted (or no Arria 10 devices at all), I'd try reinstalling the device package.

 

#iwork4intel

KSchi
Beginner
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yes, I can create a new project which targets to my specific device.

(by the way: The design can be generated in qsys and synthesized in Quartus when HPS-IP is not used)

Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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This might be a bugs, can you attached your design.qar here?

Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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Any update?

KSchi
Beginner
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sorry for the late answer. Here is a project which contains a hps and emif and throws error when generating design

Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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I try to run your design in Q19.3 redhat 7.5. I did not get any failure. I had try to generate the qsys and also run the analysis. Both without any error.

 

What linux you were using? Also, can you look in assignment -> device. Check whether this device was installed in linux?

KSchi
Beginner
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I am using Linux Mint 18.

The device is installed

Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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Hi Karl,

 

We are sorry to inform that Quartus does not support Linux Mint 18.

 

You may have to install Quartus to the supported OS listed below:

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/support-resources/download/os-support.h...

 

Thanks

Kenny_Tan
Moderator
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Hi Karl,

 

Any update?

 

Thanks,

KSchi
Beginner
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hello,

 

We use the Quartus Software in Windows now as we are not able to switch to Redhat Linux (The other system parts run Linux Mint)

 

Best regards

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