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What to do when you see the message “Maximum number of activations exceeded”?
'Named-user’ license provisions in the Intel software EULA (version March 2015) have changed to only allow an Intel® Software Development Product to be installed on a certain number of systems.
If you see this error message during product activation (for example on a Windows* system):
Статья разработчика Intel(R) System Studio: настройка, сборка, отладка и оптимизация основных программных компонентов Android *
I. Подготовка и настройка среды разработки.
1. Аппаратная среда назначения.
The Named-user license for the Intel® Parallel Studio XE and Intel® System Studio products (beginning with the 2016 release) requires that you provide host ID information for the host computer that you install the materials on. The host ID is a system-level identifier (i.e. Physical Address) on supported platforms used to generate a license file with specific host ID information for use only on the specified host computer.
I'm Marcus, from Brazil, and I have some questions:
Aiming to debug systems using JTAG I identified "ITP-XDP 3BR Kit" JTAG and "Development Kit: 4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-4700EQ processor with Mobile Intel® QM87 Express Chipset" as the most recent ones, is this correct ?
Another question is about their availability, once the development kit is said as "Program offered from July 2013 - June 2014
Lastly, are there any official JTAG supporter here in Brazil ?
Thanks a lot
I am working on a project that will be using a target with a CORE i7 running vxWork 6.9.
The online documentation mentions that the system debugger is OS aware for vxWorks but it mentions vxWorks 7. Will this product support 6.9?
I'm looking for a firmware compiler for the Intel Atom D410pt Deskboard. I don't wish to do Linux/Windows/Any Other OS app development.
Which Intel Compiler can create firmware for bare metal programming, like the Atmel series MCU's use.
Understood BIOS lives in Flash, but so does Atmel AVR32 firmware.
How do I create a BIOS binary? I'm not seeing 1 single compiler for bare metal programming.
They're all Windows this and Windows that. How do we program the circuit boards in binary?
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