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How to view hspice output on linux?

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mike_bihan

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linux awaves

Since Hspice Red Hat linux version had been released for a long while, I have never seen awaves on linux.

How do people view outputs on linux ?

Thanks!
 

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problem for hsview_linux_elf

I have download and unzip the file and chmod it. But the system displayed


./hsview_linux_elf.exe
bash: ./hsview_linux_elf.exe: /lib/ld-linux.so.1: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

what's the problem? My system is RH8.0.

Waiting for your answer, thank you.
 

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waveform viewer in linux

CosmosScope support it.
 

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mike_bihan said:
Since Hspice Red Hat linux version had been released for a long while, I have never seen awaves on linux.

How do people view outputs on linux ?

Thanks!
AWaves is not supported in Linux version. You may use Cosmos Scope to as the waveform viewer, but you may need additional license.
 

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You may use Debussy - nWave instead !!
 

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BTW, Debussy - NWave only support for *.tr.
If you have to check *.ac or *.dc and others..., please go for hspice of pc version.
 

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Try Sandwork Spice Explorer

this tool can display hspice output waveform on linux platform
 

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