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I'm trying to run a RAK,
Introduction to AMS Designer Simulation
I always get the following error:
irun: *E,SPCERR: The program encountered one or more errors while processing the input SPICE file(s) in the AMSD flow. For details, see the following messages.
amsspice: *Error: terminated with error code 127
There was a post in this forum only a few days ago (so it's currently only 2 beneath yours) describing exactly the same symptoms and how it was solved.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Yes, I saw that, and installed the library that is comment there. (libreadline.so.5 )
Didn't helped at all.
Tks for answering.
In reply to rogeriopld:
Did you try running the "runSimulation" script in the netlist directory to see if that gave any more info? Sometimes shared library messages don't end up in the log file, so it may not be visible from ADE.
I tried, I'm attaching the log. (When you referred to a runSimulation script, you meant run_simulation on the irun folder?)
I did a simple .vams circuit with basics componentes, pretty straightforward, didn't work either.
I was running the 64bit version of irun, so I had to install the 64bit library. (libreadline.so.5)