Redhat9 (x86) and Cadence tools?

Discussion in 'Cadence' started by hello, Sep 27, 2003.

  1. hello

    hello Guest

    I've noticed that a lot of Cadence's tools won't
    install in a Redhat 9.0 environment. The included
    Cadence install-script aborts with some cryptic error

    For now, I have been able to get around this by
    installing the x86-Linux tools on a Redhat8 machine.
    Then I use NFS-sharing to share the install-dir onto
    a networked Redhat9 machine. (I also added
    "setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1".)


    I understand that Cadence's official line is "Redhat 7.2
    now, Redhat8 soon. Redhat9, you're on your own!"

    Anyway, do the later ISR/QSRs at least allow you to
    run the install-script on a Redhat9 machine?
    hello, Sep 27, 2003
  2. hello

    Erik Wanta Guest

    This topic has been covered. See Subject: linux assura install error.
    I haven't been able to get softload working in RH9, but installscape
    (22p4) seems to work on occasion. The latest problem I have with
    installscape is with RH9/bluecurve. It asks for proxy login/password
    but then it doesn't ask for my Cadence login/password and just sits
    there until it times out. Please help me get Cadence to up the
    prority on getting installscape fully functional. I have SR32577898
    open on the subject.

    Once Cadence is installed, I haven't had any problems with RH9 after
    setting LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1.
    Erik Wanta, Sep 28, 2003
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