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  • version `GLIBC_2.4' not found

    If you get a cryptic linux error message similar to: < application >: /lib/tls/ libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found (required by < library >) or < application >: /lib64/tls/ libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found (required by < library >) while running a 2011/2012...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by kifof on Fri, Jul 29 2011
  • Q&A: How OpenText Provides Remote Access to Virtuoso

    Since the Virtuoso custom/analog design environment is graphically intensive, you wouldn't expect it to run as well from a PC laptop in a hotel or foreign country as it does on a workstation. But that's the promise of Exceed OnDemand, a "managed application access solution" from Cadence...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Thu, Jul 28 2011
  • flexlm on RHEL6.0

    Our file and license server packed it in, and I'm looking at rebuilding on RHEL6.0 / 64bit. The only thing that's odd is that I seem to require X for the installation, thanks to InstallScape. Is there a way to just install flexlm without InstallScape, so I don't have to jam X onto a server...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by mpfleger on Fri, Jun 3 2011
  • Blazing a Trail With Ubuntu

    One of the most popular blogs I wrote is running Incisive on Ubuntu . I have had a number of questions and comments, as well as thanks for pointing out some of details on how to make everything work. One person even had the suggestion to start a user group! In the article, now over a year old, I used...
    Posted to System Design and Verification (Weblog) by jasona on Mon, May 23 2011
  • Tips from Cadence IT: Storage, Networking, and Linux

    As Cadence IT experts engage with customers who are building and maintaining CAD infrastructures, they see three primary problem areas: storage, networking, and Linux. This post provides some "best practices" suggestions that may help design teams avoid difficulties in these areas. Peter Vincent...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Feb 13 2011
  • More on the SystemC ARM Linux Boot Loader

    My last post described a Linux Loader for ARM Virtual Platforms . Taking a closer look at the code you will see that it's not completely reusable for any ARM design. One of the hard-coded things is the board id. The version I posted has a board id of 0x113, which happens to be for the ARM Integrator...
    Posted to System Design and Verification (Weblog) by jasona on Mon, Jan 3 2011
  • A SystemC TLM 2.0 ARM Linux Boot Loader

    Earlier this year I wrote an article with some details related to loading Linux into memory for Virtual Platform execution. I reviewed a problem related to Ubuntu on qemu for the ARM Versatile Platform. At Cadence, we are strong believers in standards, and for Virtual Platforms one of the key standards...
    Posted to System Design and Verification (Weblog) by jasona on Wed, Dec 8 2010
  • Why SoC Designers Should Care About Linaro

    If you've worked on system-on-chip (SoC) development with ARM cores, chances are you've heard of Linaro , the open-source effort that stepped forward this year to ease Linux development on ARM-based SoCs. Linaro has potential implications for the entire SoC development chain, including hardware...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Dec 5 2010
  • Using Scoreboards and Virtual Platforms for Software Verification

    Today I'm running a guest article written by Henry Von Bank of Posedge Software , a Cadence Verification Alliance Partner . For some background refer to the interview I did with Henry back in November 2008. Henry has been working on advanced system verification using Incisive Software Extensions...
    Posted to System Design and Verification (Weblog) by jasona on Wed, Nov 3 2010
  • Android, Linaro, and 10 Other Useful Embedded Linux Links

    The state of Minnesota is unofficially divided into two parts; The Cities and The Rest of the State . Of course, The Cities refers to the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Outstate people from Grand Marias to New Ulm are happy to avoid the crowds of the city, but at the same time curious about...
    Posted to System Design and Verification (Weblog) by jasona on Mon, Oct 25 2010
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