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Vonn

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your_library.db uid-3

When I read a file in syn0psys I got this messages

Warnig: Couldn't read symbol library 'your_library.sdb'. (UIS-33)

Warning: Can't read link_library file 'your_library.db'. (UID-3)

Is there anything I should do about this?
 

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what is your_library.db

u must setup library in synopsys.
or run/source .dc_setup.synopsys file.
or manual locate library files.
 

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your_library.db

You at least need a link_library( standard cell library) such as slow.db. This library is to map you design from RTL to netlist.
 

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cant read link_library file your_library.db

thanx guys I have already the syn0psys_dc.setup in the same directory but iam new to both un!x and syn0psys so could you illustrate more what exactly should I do either the un!x command or how to locate library files manually ... thanx
 

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Hello, Vonn:

You have NOT set your link library and symbol library to point to the correct paths. Check with your UNIX path that stores 'your_library.sdb' and 'your_library.d

Jing

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OK, Vann:

in UNIX, cd to the path where your libraries are stored, and pwd, you will have the link path and symbol path.

Jing
 

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add the direction about your link library and symbol library into the .dc_synopsys.setup.

or in the menu, add the direction of the library you need link
 

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Hi guys , thank you all for your help actually I tried to run syn0psys_dc.setup but it didn't work .. the solution - 4 me - is to identify the paths manually as visualart and aravind said and it works but let me write the answer in a simple way for the wind0ws users - just like me - :

ok from the syn0psys design analyzer window:
1- click setup
2- click defaults
3- update search paths to the library location
4- update link library
5- update target library
6- update symbol lib.

thanx
 

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