This guide lists the platforms supported by the Synopsys Q-Foundation Releases 2019.12, 2020.03, 2020.06. A platform consists of the computer architecture and the operating system version. Not all Synopsys products are available on every platform listed below. For an exact listing of platform availability for Synopsys products you have purchased, consult the Synopsys Solvnet Download
Use the following index to jump directly to the Q-Foundation Operating System and Patch recommendations:
x86_64 Linux 64-bit
x86 Microsoft Windows
Synopsys builds its products on selected versions of each operating system. Operating system vendors guarantee that applications compiled on a lower minor version of an operating system will be binary compatible with higher minor versions of the same operating system. This means that an application supported on OS version X.Y will run on OS version X.Z. For example, a tool supported on RHEL 6.6 will run on RHEL 6.7. Synopsys relies on the OS vendor's binary compatibility claim and supports running higher minor versions. Synopsys also relies on the vendor’s binary compatibility claim on support across major versions. For example, a tool supported on RHEL 6.x will run on RHEL 7.x.
Synopsys products are supported on the following operating systems with the listed recommended patches installed. For further details on the patch versions please see the bottom of the page.
x86_64 Linux 64-bit – CentOS
- CentOS: 6.6+; 7.1.1503+; 8+
CentOS Recommended Patches:
x86_64 Linux 64-bit – Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux: 6.6+; 7.1+; 8+
Red Hat Linux Recommended Patches:
x86_64 Linux 64-bit - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server: 12+; 15+
SUSE Linux Recommended Patches:
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Version 12.0
Fixes NFS locking issues with fcntl calls
x86_64 64-bit Microsoft Windows
MS Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.9
- Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7 and Windows 10
Microsoft Windows Recommended Patches:
Is my OS version supported?
In the list above, the "+" in "X.Y+" refers to all operating systems on major release of "X" that were released on or after minor release "Y," for example "6.6+" includes 6.6, 6.7 6.8, etc. Similarly, "X+" refers to all minor releases of that "X" major release.