02-07-2011 09:46 AM
Dear Xilinx enthousiasts,
I have installed the ISE Webpack 12.4 on a Kubuntu (Ubuntu with KDE front-end) 10.10 machine.
All the ISE Webpack functionalities work great, except from the ISIM simulator.
When I want to simulate, I get the following message:
FATAL_ERROR:Simulator:Fuse:cpp:209:126.96.36.199 - Failed to compile one of the generated C files.
Can someone (maybe with Ubuntu/KDE Linux experience) tell me what is going wrong here?
I checked all my C and C++ compilers on the machine, but all seems to be there and functioning.
I know Kubuntu is not supported, but in fact it is 99% the same as the supported OpenSUSE (also KDE Linux).
Thanks in advance! :smileywink:
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02-15-2011 05:50 AM
I already found (and tried) that solution.
The packages gcc and glibc-devel are installed, but I still have a version conflict.
ISIM wants a different version then distributed on my Linux system.
The post in your link is also from beginning of 2010 and I am using the Kubuntu version from 10.2010.
Is there anyone who has experience with this?
04-01-2011 07:43 AM
I am using ISE Webpack on Debian Unstable which I guess is very much similar to Kubuntu 10.10. My solution to this problem is the following:
In the following directories:
do the following
# mkdir old
# mv libstdc++.so* old
If you are running on a 64 bit system you may have to install all the ia32 libraries.
Then you need to install gnome or XFCE or some other window manager. ISE segfaults in KDE for some reason.
I have tested this on three computers with the same result.
Hope it helps
04-25-2011 05:10 PM
Hello, I'd like to know the answer too. Running ArchLinux on x86_64. I'm trying to follow the ISE in depth tutorial and can't simulate due to the same error. Any help would be appreciated.
04-25-2011 05:23 PM
Hello, I just found the answer in archlinux, I can't tell if it'll work for kubunt, bur you should give it a try. Look at this post:
Fourth answer, by cryptix. symlink isim''s libstdc++ library to the one in your system:
for 32bit: ln -s /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 /opt/Xilinx/12.4/ISE_DS/ISE/lib/lin/libstdc++.so.6 for 64bit: ln -s /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 /opt/Xilinx/12.4/ISE_DS/ISE/lib/lin64/libstdc++.so
Hope it helps, it did the trick for me in a matter of seconds...
04-27-2011 05:44 AM