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Quartus Prime 17.1 SoC EDS licensing issue

jjac705
Beginner
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To whomsoever it may concern,

 

I attempted to use the SoC EDS for Quartus Prime 17.1 Standard Version. I was able to access the ARM 5.29 but on attempting to debug the ARM cortex-A9 I get a licensing error. I have sent an email to ARM regarding this but I got a response that Intel was looking after the licensing for the same. 

 

I have attached a snapshot of the error that I received. I also have attached the rocketboard exercise that I am doing.

 

Thanking You 

Yours Sincerely

Jerry Jacob

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AR_A_Intel
Employee
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Hello

 

Welcome to INTEL forum. Please provide you details for furthers checking.

 

Name :

Email Address :

Company Name :

Company Address :

NICID(Mac Add) :

 

Also provide the license.dat file.

 

For privacy, reply/attach file in private message. TQ


jjac705
Beginner
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Name: Jerry Jacob

Email Address: jjac705@aucklanduni.ac.nz
Company Name: University of Auckland
Company Address: Faculty of Engineering, Building 405, 5-7 Grafton Road, Auckland CBD, Auckland.
Mac Addr: A4-BB-6D-BD-7C-3A ( of my PC)

These are the details that I know to the best of my knowledge.

jjac705
Beginner
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Hi AR_A_Intel, 

 

I attempted to do the SoC EDS part after reinstalling the same for Quartus Prime Standard 17.1 but on launching Eclipse, I tend to get an error like what was shown in the attachment. 

 

Moreover, I checked the license and it seems like there is no toolkit for selection too.

 

This is my current issue. 

Internal error.PNG

No_toolkit.PNG

AR_A_Intel
Employee
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Hi

 

Apologize for delay as I’m out of office recently.To better understanding, could you provide.

 

1) Machine OS information

2) Output of “lmutil lmstat –a –c <port>@<address>” server and client

3) License.dat file

4) Debug/error.log file

5) assembler report .asm.rpt file

 

For privacy, reply/attach file in private message.


AR_A_Intel
Employee
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We have not heard from you and I hope all is well. It is not recommended to keep a Case idle too long without activities. 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.


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