I have obtained a license for running QuestaSim and I think that I have filled the options/license and different configurations properly but I am still getting a license related error when launching the simulation. Did anyone come across the same issue?
a)License path setting
c)EDA Tool options config
d)Assignment EDA config:
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3) lmutil lmdiag
4) License.dat file (Questa)
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I'm having the same issue, but I don't even get the error message, the simulation just doesn't start and from Quartus everything seems fine (except it doesn't work).
I'm sure the problem is with the license because running manually the `vrun` file yields "Error: License error: Feature 'qvrm' is unavailable", even though `lmutil lmdiag` returns "This is the correct node for this node-locked license"
I'm running on linux (kubuntu20.04)
On my side since the feedback from Intel was received unfortunately very late, I removed version 21.1 and installed version 20.1.1 instead to get modelsim and I everything is now working fine on my side. This is a bit unfortunate since I would really liked to solve the issue but I was getting nowhere....
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I guess we can call it solved, Quartus still doesn't open Questa, but I've found a workaround, since Questa will actually start if the `vsim` program is called directly by terminal. So I'm guessing the thread should be closed since it's not a license problem anymore