It seems that I've got the ame error as: https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00004JfJo2SAF/simple-compile-in-q181-fails.
I open a new thread as it would be awkward to post in the same one...
I've created a simple project included NIOS f + onchip memory.
When I compile, I've got the following error (Synthesis process):
Error (13223): Verilog HDL or VHDL error: cannot open verilog file 'ip/system/system_nios2_gen2_0/altera_nios2_gen2_unit_181/synth/system_nios2_gen2_0_altera_nios2_gen2_unit_181_rcn27uy.v'
But the file exists (even if it is an encrypted one).
I am using Quartus 18.1.2 Build 277 Pro Edition. License seems to be OK (Vendor: Altera/Product: NIOSII Embedded Processor Encrypted output/version: 2011.11/expiration: permanent). I target a Cyclone 10 GX 220 (10CX220YF780I5G)
It works if I use a NIOSe (no license required). It works if I use a NIOSf without any licence (field in the license setup empty); but output configuration file is in a time-limited version. It works if I use a NIOSf and Q15.0 and an Arria II device (an old board).
Can you help? Many thanks!
Hi @Busy ,
- The error in case mentioned above is due to directory path length by having smaller working directory / path length we can solve it.
- Try by having smaller directory/ path length.
If possible please share the project and images of error.
Thanks for your reply...
The error is still here when having smaller path length (directory: work/niosf).
The project is as simple as the implementation of one NIOS (with onchip memory).
I use Quartus 18.1.2 Build 277 Pro Edition but my maintenance license is expired for Quartus (not for NIOS IP). But as I target Cyclone 10 GX, I understood that license is not required. May it be the source of the problem?
Hi @Busy ,
- If Design works fine with Nios ii/e and only fails with Nios ii/f, It should be license issues.
Can you check and confirm?
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