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.
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Name: Jerry Jacob
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.
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
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