i++ counter.cpp -v -march=Arria10 -o test-fpga
Target FPGA part name: 10AX115U1F45I1SG
Target FPGA family name: Arria10
Target FPGA speed grade: -1
Analyzing counter.cpp for testbench generation
Creating x86-64 testbench
Analyzing counter.cpp for hardware generation
Verifying verion information in the included files.
Expecting version 126.96.36.199 for all included files.
Included files passed version check. Checked: none.
Optimizing component(s) and generating Verilog files
HLS Generate component ipxact for Platform Designer FAILED.
This lead to an error, and the output from the debug file:
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Info: Generated by version: 20.1 build 177
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Info: Starting: Create HDL design files for synthesis
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Info: qsys-generate /opt/intelFPGA/20.1/hls/examples/counter/test-fpga.prj/components/count/count.ip --synthesis=VERILOG --output-directory=/opt/intelFPGA/20.1/hls/examples/counter/test-fpga.prj/components/count/count --family="Arria 10" --part=Unknown
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Warning: count_internal_inst: Invalid device name in input file: 10AX115U1F45I1SG
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Error: count: deviceFamily "Arria 10" is out of range: "None", "Unknown"
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Error: qsys-generate failed with exit code 3: 1 Error, 1 Warning
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Info: Finished: Create HDL design files for synthesis
2020.05.25.22:35:01 Info: Starting: IP-XACT
How do I fix this?
There is already answered forum post regarding the same issue ,
Please go through and let us know if it helps
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I am having the same problem, I am on Centos7.
The link you posted does not lead anywhere. I found a similar post on the forum but the only reply was about checking whether quartus has support for Arria10 devices. How would I check that? I installed the complete pack for Quartus pro 21.1.
The Arria10 device support need to be enabled in the Quartus and the license of Quartus also should not have expired.
To install Arria10 device you have to download the QDZ file corresponding to the device first. Then open Quartus and go to Tools->Install Devices and select the QDZ file of your choice. Then try running the HLS programs again.
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