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arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc missing

MV
New Contributor I
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Gents: I kept searching the forum for my issue and I am not the only one. However, I didn't find a solution.

In an attempt to cross-compile bare-metal C code for CycloneV SoC I followed the user guide:
https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug_soc_eds.pdf
- Download and install SoC EDS
- Download and install Arm DS
- Download and install the Linaro Bare Metal Toolchain
- Install Cygwin
- Install MinGW
Yet - similarly as other posters I am missing "arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc". I did global file search in my filesystem and tried to repeat the install without luck.

Which of the packages is responsible for installing the missing binary? (I suspect Linaro?)

Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC (1809)

Thanks for any pointers.

5F6CFEBDB7B3CB35E033D2A9F5D59AC4 *QuartusLiteSetup-20.1.1.720-windows.exe
11885003EE5193BA8E9366C1FDAB4693 *DS000-BN-00000-r20p1-00rel1.zip
173A6300E35AC478567FD7736657280B *SoCEDSSetup-20.1.0.711-windows.exe

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EBERLAZARE_I_Intel
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MV
New Contributor I
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Thanks for the pointer. I didn't get a chance to try since I got past that point:
Basically I have given-up on any Quartus past 18.1 (since Cyclone V is old (while still going strong) and doesn't seem to be benefiting from any newer Quartus versions. Also installed Quartus 18.1 on Linux - since this is the more "native habitat for Quartus". With the 18.1 (and on Linux) I didn't have to download and install any additional tools and things seemed to work as expected.

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