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SOCEDS tool issue: quartus_cpf: command not found

CAlex
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Hi,

 

Here is my environment:

Win 11 , WSL2 Ubuntu , Quartus Lite 22.2STD, SOCEDS std 20.1, ARM DS 2021.1

 

When I was compiling the GNU-FPGA example for the cycloneV, the following order cant take:

1. cp -rnL order.

2. quartus_cpf order : quartus_cpf -c soc_system.sof soc_system_nodc.rbf

When I tried to do it on wsl2 the issue comes:

       FPGA-CV-GNU$ quartus_cpf -c soc_system.sof soc_system_nodc.rbf
       quartus_cpf: command not found

My Path setting is: 

       QUARTUS_ROOTDIR=/mnt/c/intelFPGA_lite/22.1std/quartus

I've tried use the default path settings:

        /mnt/c/intelFPGA/20.1/qprogrammer

But result the same.

So what's the right path settings to solve the problem.

Thank you.

 

Reguards

 

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CAlex
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YES, I got it , the WSL2(Ubuntu) cant hold the SOCEDS, so you MUST use MSYS2 MSYS in administor mode.

Please do whatever you need to this thread.

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EBERLAZARE_I_Intel
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Hi,


Let me have a quick check, BTW have you tested on WSL1? Revert to WSL1 and tested?


For NIOS II EDS the WSL2 is not supported:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683525/21-3/installing-windows-subsystem-for-linux.html


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CAlex
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Hi,

Well I think the main issue would be python, SOC EDS is using PYTHON 2 I guess. And all WSL cant install it, it would say "do you mean python3 for python " or something like that.

I gave up using windows to run the SOC EDS.

Sorry I cant test for you.

Please do whatever you must to this thread.

Reguards

Alex

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EBERLAZARE_I_Intel
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Hi,


Ok, got it, thanks a lot for the info we shall channel the feedback to our engineering team.


The SoC EDS is no longer used in our new bootloader build, for reference for our new bootloader build:

https://www.rocketboards.org/foswiki/Documentation/BuildingBootloaderCycloneVAndArria10


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