Due to covid19 pandemic we have the current term entirely online. To help our students with FPGA learning, we decided to re-activate some old Altera DE2 boards that we had already retired!
I am currently in the middle of an educational task development for our undergrad students, and need to test my code on Altera DE2 board. I filled out a license request form, and received the following message right after submitting the request, but no e-mail from intel.com showed up in my mailbox.
"Thank you for choosing the Quartus® II Web Edition development software. A license file enabling your free Quartus II Web Edition software will be emailed to you within 24 hours."
Could you please send me get a license file for this older generation of hardware and software?
Welcome to INTEL forum. Apologize for the inconvenience. Based on my understanding, Quartus Web Edition is a free version and don’t require license. You can refer license requirements for various Intel FPGA software tools to this link https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/support-resources/support-centers/licen...
Please continue with the compilations and report to us back if the compilation is not successful with error message.