Riad KACED wrote, on 09/18/08 01:44:
It's nothing to do with IC5141 or IC6, because uniquifyNetlist is a
command from the SOC Encounter stream.
I suspect something is afoot with the OA installation in your SOC stream.
Did you do the configuration step (is <SOC71instDir>/share/oa a linking
pointing to the OA installation in the SOC71 stream? It should be)?. If
you have the UNIX env var $OA_HOME set, please unset it (you should not
normally need to set this).
I suspect the errors don't affect the behaviour of uniquifyNetlist - I don't
think OA is essential for this to work.
You're still probably best contacting Cadence customer support though, as Riad