I've started using Quartus 19.1 and went to fire up the interface planner and got: Current license file does not support the 10AT115S1F45E1SG. Is this a bug or do I need to restart the LM with a new daemon.
The fitter also has the same issue. Does anyone know if Intel changed their licensing requirements for Arria 10 GT devices with the release of 19.1 Pro? 18.1 Pro works fine. I don't think FlexLm is the issue but rather the authcodes issued to us don't support the GT devices in 19.1 Pro.
Thanks. The situation I have is that the machine running the license manager is using Redhat 5.1 and at the moment I cannot upgrade the OS on this machine. Redhat 5 doesn't support the later daemons. I can run under ubuntu 16.04 or later but would need to switch to another machine. Our authcodes expire in August so at a minimum we'll switch then. Is there a possibility of getting a temp license file to test on a new machine before then? I tried generating a companion license on the licensing support site but that didn't actually do what I wanted. It appeared to link back to the manager running on the old machine so I couldn't shut down the manager on the old machine to test if the new file would work against the NIC on the machine I want to move to.