I am following the simple hello world tutorial for my DE0-nano. I am able to select the proper SOPC information file, and cpu. However when clicking finish I get the error:
Failed to execute: wsl dos2unix create-this-bsp;
./create-this-bsp --cpu-name --no-make
I was wondering if anyone had some insight to the source of the error? thanks
May I know the version for Nios II Eclipse software used?
May I know do you follow the user guide as document below:
There is a, since 2 month, a well known problem with detailed description of the issue with later windows updates and wsl in combination with quartus, see
It have been assured that people are working this since early July.
Unless programmers at Intel have 2 months forced vacation it must be a extremely difficult problem that uses almost all resources, working 24h on this.
I have had to support shipping equipment and have not had the time to be able to wait for a solution or experiment to find a work around. I have needed to roll back to 18.1 Build 625 to find a version where it is possible to use the NIOS II tool chain fully.
Every release from Q18.1 update 1 to date appears to have a problem with the NIOS II tool chain.
I am struggling to understand why this appears to be a recurring problem.
Hello, I am attempting the same tutorial and getting exactly the same error.
I have seen various suggestions to fix it on the web, but noe of them worked for me.
Is there a proper fix for this problem?
I am using Quartus II 20.1 Lite, and the recommended version of Eclipse.
Well, I don't know exactly what happened, but my Windows decided to do a massive update yesterday evening. After this and the ensuing restarts, it suddenly started working, and successfully created the Hello World project.
If it's important, I started the Eclipse from the Nios II command shell, following suggestions on the web. However, this yesterday also did not work.
Would you be able to tell us what version of Windows you are now on? I am also seeing this issue and would like to replicate your "fix"...