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 How to match the UVC version & the cdn_e_utils version 

Last post Tue, Oct 16 2012 2:49 AM by giridhara. 0 replies.
Started by giridhara 16 Oct 2012 02:49 AM. Topic has 0 replies and 639 views
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    • giridhara
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    How to match the UVC version & the cdn_e_utils version Reply

    Hi, 

    When I try running the example tests from /vr_ahb/examples/sv/regular_env, I see the following during the start of simulation & simulator hangs giving a pop-up window. And in the terminal I see the below message:

     ncsim> INTERNAL ERROR - VIPP1035
    .Please make sure your UVC version is compatible with the cdn_e_utils version

    From the irun.log I see the UVC version as "UVC version: 11.30.001-p" .

    And in the file /utils/cdn_e_utils/PACKAGE_README.txt I see the following:

    * Title: Cadence E Utils

    * Name: cdn_e_utils

    * Version: 11.30.007-s

    * Modified: 13-Dec-2011

    * Category: UVC

    * Support: support@cadence.com

    * Documentation:

          See Cadence Help for VIPP documentation
          % <install_dir>/tools/bin/cdnhelp


    * Release notes:

          See  VIPP Release_Notes.pdf at
          <install_dir>/Release_Notes.pdf

    * Demo:

      To run the demo use the next command:

                 cdn_e_utils/demo.sh

       For more information for demo.sh flag use:

                 cdn_e_utils/demo.sh -h

    So how to upgrade my UVC version to match the cdn_e_utils. Please help. 

    Regards

    Giri

     

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