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The license file path is an option of the lmgr daemon "-l log_file". If you dont use it, the log messages will be printed on stdout.
To test the access to the license, use: lm5tat -a -c port@server_lic
At line: X_U1 LT1996 the subcircuit is not connected to any signal.
The correct format is: XCircuitName <node 1> <node 2> ... <definition name>
Did you create the symbol? It seems the definition of pins is wrong.
And verify that your tool is including the subcircuit model.
I visited the Alliance Home page and it seems that the new documentation is self contained with the distribution ( /usr/share/doc/alliance-5.0/). Alliance package contains some examples, look the "examples" dir, the Makefiles uses the new tools OCP and OCR which replaced the SCR...
It's common that commercial tools (m3ntor, c@dence) runs on Linux, you' ll find a lot of post about use and installation of the tools.
For academic projects, Alliance is good, but if you try to use with a commercial technology, its difficult to have a design kit. Maybe you'll have to create...
LED_MAP is an array of constants defined at the beginning of the code.
The operator % is the modulo operator, so j%10 = mod(j,10) which can be seen as j%10= j-10*floor(j/10).
i.e j=23, j%10=2
The values stored at LED_MAP are the 7-segment display activation values to show 0-9 digits.
I'm not familiar with the version 6xx, I use 5xx, but I think that the installation process should not changed too much.
That missing file is the application used to install the packages, you need to download it separately, and run it first, then you can select the packages to install. Java...
Try to see the contents of the /opt/eda/cadence/IC5141_6_141/tools/dfII/bin/icfb at line 17, and the first line of the /opt/eda/cadence/IC5141_6_141/tools/bin/cds_root, It should be a script and the path to the shell or interpreter could be wrong.
The reserved word "for" must be used different, you can find a simple example at: **broken link removed**
I create a example using a variable j as counter and t as time variable [0,2], with 0.1 step, I hope that this help you:
In hyperterminal, You need to create a new connection. look this page:
**broken link removed**
If you have problems with HyperTerminal, there are other alternatives:
https://realterm.sourceforge.net/ Opensource Terminal
Why do you want to create a spice netlist?
To simulate the digital circuit using spice, you need the transistor level of each digital cell, and if the circuit is not simple, that simulation could take a long time.
Is it what you want to do?