FPGA VAX update
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Tue Oct 25 23:09:54 CDT 2005
Michael Sokolov wrote:
>Fortunately, I may have found an alternative solution using Altera. Not
>that Altera is any better, but the company for which I'm currently doing
>a consulting project involving FPGAs uses Altera, and I've got Quartus
>(Altera's SW) for Linux through them. I haven't seen it yet actually,
>I've just got an E-mail from the boss saying that the CD is on my desk
>for me to play with tomorrow. So I'll look at it tomorrow. I'm hoping
>that I can install it on my Linux box at the company and then copy the
>installed files to my own one (i.e., pirate it).
From what I remember of Altera software , it brands itself to the
HD id or the network ID.
You can edit/develop your work but you can't compile. Also I think you
also may be stuck
with the GUI they use too. Good luck with the vax project.
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