Saturday, March 5, 2011

Setting up atalanta ATPG to work on Linux

Atalanta is an ATPG tool that is used to generate test patterns for combinational circuits. atalanta is a windows executable file. I am using Atalanta ATPG tool to generate the test patterns required for generating the Transition fault Test patterns


RUNNING ATALANTA (LINUX)
You need to have WINE installed to run windows executable binary.
Created a symbolic link in the usr/bin to the atalanta.exe, name of the link s atalanta. (not necessary if you do not have root privilages)

chmod u+x /place/atalanta/atalanta.exe
cd /usr/bin
sudo ln -s /place/atalanta/atalanta.exe ./atalanta

COMMAND TO RUN ATALANTA
atalanta [option] filename
//put this in a shell script

3 comments:

  1. Hi

    I am new to ATLANTA. I tried all steps mentioned, still not able to install. Request your support here

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  2. Hi, What is the error message you get? AR

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  3. HI
    can we find the faulty output response for a circuit in the presence of particular faults . if yes, tell me the command used for it

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