Hello everyone,I installed Opencl FPGA SDK, and I placed the license.dat in the LM_LICENSE_FILE. I set environment variables. "aoc diagonse" is passed .But when I compile the kernel using the aoc -o instruction, I get an error that the license cannot be found. The system I use is Centos7, I checked many answers but none of them solved my problem. Quartus recognizes the license, but opencl fpga SDK does not.My board is de5a_net_e1,the bsp is 16.1.I think there is something wrong with my license installation. I just put the license in that location and found it on Quartus. Am I doing something less？
the error is "Could not acquire a valid license for the Intel(R) FPGA SDK for OpenCL(TM).verilog generate failed"
My problem likes his https://forums.intel.com/s/feed/0D50P00003yyTj2SAE
May I know the device OPN number?
I have to check this device whether it can be used in v17.1 or not, this is because with newer version ie:v17.1 do not need the OpenCL lisence file.
Does the Terasic Arria10 DE5A_NET_E1 is my device OPN number?
I'm sure that it supports OpenCL FPGA SDK 17.1 because I can find the 17.1 BSP on the terasic website https://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?Language=English&No=970&PartNo=4.
I have tried to install Quartus Prime Pro 17.1 but failed. Every time I install to 80%, the installer crashes.I tried the centos 7 and 8.
Only Quartus Prime Pro 16.1 can be installed completely on the centos7 but aoc can't work.
I think my system has fewer plug-ins installed, but I don't know what plug-ins.
I had checked the OPN device number with Quartus Prime Pro v18.1.1 to v19.3. The device is supported in the latest version.
Can you try to do a clean uninstall for both Quartus Prime Pro and OpenCL SDK software, then install the latest Quartus Prime Pro v19.3 and OpenCL SDK Pro v19.3?
Link to download Quartus Prime Pro (included OpenCL SDK Pro software) as below:
Please note that the Disk space: A full installation of the Intel FPGA Complete Design Suite v19.3 requires approximately 35GB of available disk space on the drive or partition where you are installing the software.
If the error still persist, can you try the OS version that officially supported in the link https://fpgasoftware.intel.com/requirements/19.3/?
I can find the device OPN number as mentioned last time: 10AX115N2F45E1SG in Quartus Prime Pro 19.3.
You can find and set it by click Assignment>Device>Family Arria 10(GX,SX,GT), then find the device OPN number as the picture attached: