Hello, I understand that Analog Devices does not support VisualDSP++ under Windows 10 but I would like to know if anyone has tried installing the software and the emulators under Windows 10? Where there any problems?
We have seen many customer who had faced issues while installing the VDSP and emulator driver in an unsupported operating system. Unfortunately we do not support any version of VisualDSP++ on windows 10.It is supported on the following operating systems:
Windows XP Professional SP3 (32-bit only)Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate SP2 (32-bit only)Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate (32 and 64-bit)Windows 8 Pro or Enterprise (32 and 64-bit)
Also please note that there are no plans to upgrade VDSP++ for windows 10.
While we have had some customers report success using VisualDSP++ with the Windows "Compatibility Mode", this is not something we have tested nor that we support. We can only support customers using the aforementioned supported operating systems for VisualDSP++.
While CrossCore Embedded Studio will be the platform to provide support for future processors and we do not intend to add new features or functionality to VisualDSP++, we have no plans to discontinue the VisualDSP++ tools or cease supporting them.
You can find the details of CCES 2.4.0 in the below link:http://www.analog.com/en/design-center/processors-and-dsp/evaluation-and-development-software/adswt-cces.html
If you haven't already read the following FAQ then we would recommend reviewing it CrossCore(r) Embedded Studio - Getting Started. Not only is it a good introduction to CCES but also provides links to some online training modules which are a great resource for migrating from VisualDSP++ to CCES.
CrossCore(r) Embedded Studio - Getting Startedhttps://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-2107
So, Kader- I'm curious. We picked up a 21262 SHARC EZ-Kit last week to do some signal processing experiments here in our lab. I was under the impression from the purchase (though this was DigiKey) that it came with a license to -some- form of usable software like CCES.
However, it seems to have only come with a license key for VDSP++, a key that doesn't work when we try to enter it into the CCES software, of course.
The main problem here is that we can only run Windows 10 (+ Linux/Mac OS) and I can't get VDSP++ to even install, let alone run. So we're dead in the water for the time being, it seems. We can't use what we bought, but we can't move 'into the future' and use CCES either?!
You can use CCES latest version 2.4.0 which supports the below operating system:• Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate (32 and 64-bit)• Windows 8.1 Pro or Enterprise (32 and 64-bit)• Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise (32 and 64-bit)• Ubuntu 14.04 (32-bit)You can download CCES 2.4.0 from the below link:http://www.analog.com/en/design-center/processors-and-dsp/evaluation-and-development-software/adswt-cces.html#dsp-relatedsoftware
To get an CCES Evaluation license please refer the below link:FAQ: How can I obtain and install a licenses for CrossCore Embedded Studio?https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-2414
For further support on this query, please contact private support through the link below:http://www.analog.com/support
Or you can email to Processor Tools Support through: firstname.lastname@example.org.Please make sure to add the link of this EZone thread while contacting private support.
Got it- Eclipse it is Thank you
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