07-24-2010 05:13 AM
I can't run ISE 10.1 installation not only in SUSE Linux enterprise 10, but also in Red Hat 5 OS. I run *.exe file, but nothing happens. Maybe somenone knows where is the problem? (By the way, I'm running SUSE and Red Hat OS in virtual machine (VMware Player) from Windows XP. Maybe the problem is that I' using virtual machine?)
07-24-2010 08:17 PM
EXE files are for a WIndows OS installation. A Linux installation would not have the EXE extension for the software tools.
07-25-2010 09:45 PM
Did you download the Linux image?
03-24-2011 04:21 AM
Linux is a different Operating System,
you should first open a terminal, then exectute the installation script file "setup" not "setup.exe"
there much interesting explanation on the web with every detail.
why don't you use Xilinx ISE on Windows ?
08-09-2011 12:56 PM
Sorry if this post is old or something, but I just didn't find much material on internets to solve my problem <that I could solve by mixing hints I found around many places>..
I'm running Ubuntu 11.04 and I downloaded the Xilinx ISE 10.1 WebPack but I wasn't able to make setup run...
First I thought about changing permissions but I tried a lot and couldn't , the folder with installation files was in a mounted partition and for some reason I couldn't edit its permissions.
Firstly I moved it to my desktop and then I was able to change the setup file permissions, but then I got an error that this version wasn't compatible with 64 bits.
After that I went to the folder and found out a setup file that worked pretty good at bin/lin/, after that it all went okay.
Here it is, step by step:
1) For some reason that I really don't know (if anyone does, please post it) I had to place it in my OS partition and not a mounted one.
2) Go to terminal and find the place you have your folder with the installation files (webpack usually) and give it full permissions with:
sudo chmod -R 755 webpack
3) After that go to folder webpack/bin/lin and make setup file exec with:
sudo chmod a+x setup
4) Finally run the setup with:
Worked nice to me, hope it helps someone else! Good luck everyone!