Hello forum members,I am trying to compile a bare metal "hello world" application (https://www.altera.com/documentation/lro1424280108409.html#lro1424282721112) After installing a 30-day evaluation license (today) I see in the "view and edit licenses window" A checked (green check) "DS-5 Ultimate Edition (30-day evaluation).lic". The link to the license file and the file were automatically generated when I appied for a license from the Arm server. So the licensing seems ok, The "About window" of Arm DS-5 v5.27.1 Ultimate Edition (Evaluation) is shows: Full product installation (win32, x86_64) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM, version: 1.8.0_4 So the licensing seems ok again, However compiling my appication I get: "C9555E failed to check out a license" In the "Problems" window? Does anybody have any idea what I could do to solve the error? Best regards, Johi.
A tick next to the license file doesn't mean its a valid license, it just means that it can find the license file.Is there a dropdown menu below the list of licenses allowing you to select "DS-5 Ultimate"? If so, then it should have detected a valid license. If not, then it hasn't.