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    Cadence IC610 on CentOS 6.3?

    Anyone tried installing Cadence IC610 on CentOS 6.3?

    Any success or related issues specific to this release?

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    Re: Cadence IC610 on CentOS 6.3?

    Hi emax00

    Try to install Cadence on ubuntu. I installed so many Cadence product in ubuntu as well as synopsys product. They work very good. If you need help send me email at

    tomvpham80@gmail.com

    You better download ubuntu 32 bits at ubuntu website and start from there



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    Re: Cadence IC610 on CentOS 6.3?

    CentOS 6 works fine with most EDA tools. Just installing missing libraries if encountered issues. Even IC5141 can work well with CentOS 6.



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    Re: Cadence IC610 on CentOS 6.3?

    Quote Originally Posted by tsinghua View Post
    CentOS 6 works fine with most EDA tools. Just installing missing libraries if encountered issues. Even IC5141 can work well with CentOS 6.
    Yes, I agree and have managed to install IC610 and IC615 on centOS 6.3 and 6.4. Install the missing packages using "yum" and it works just fine.

    I found for RHEL with version less than 5.5 there is no wireless network driver installed for Atheros... and there is no straight forward way to install rpm for that if you haven't paid for RHN support. What about RHEL 5.7?



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