Here is another Intel® XDK update. We have quite a few new things to share in this release. First, though, a few of us from the Intel XDK team will be at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, Feb 24, if you are there, stop by the Intel software booth in the App Planet hall, or at the WIPJam demo area. We’d love to talk with you.
First, thanks to Intel, SJTU, SZU and JWIPC. You make ESDC a great and unforgetable event.
My problem is that I can't find AC adaptor in my box, I don't even know the output voltage of it.
I assume it'll be revealed in tomorrow's lecture, and we must buy a proper adaptor for ourself.
OpenCL application on Fedora 20 on host machine works, and strace says that it loads __ocl_svml_e9.so. On vmachine inside Virtualbox the program fails at clCreateContext; strace says it doesn't find __ocl_svml_u8.so.
/proc/cpuinfo at host machine says that model name is Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3470 CPU @ 3.20GHz, stepping is 9 and cpuid level is 13. On virtual machine cpuid level is 5. Is this related?
Is there some deep problem with OpenCL and virtualization? If not, known problem with Virtualbox?
Is there a way to install the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 R3 for Linux in a non default location? E.g. not /opt?
*Post by Fredrick Odhiambo, Intel East Africa
Over the last couple of months, Intel has been improving the various aspects of the Intel XDK. Intel XDK uses HTML5 to enable the development of cross-platform applications for both Desktop and Mobile.
Many applications use only a few Intel ® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel ®IPP) functions and it may be convenient for you to use a custom DLL that contains the required functions only.
Training and technical resource for 2014 Intel Cup Embedded System Design Contest
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I am trying to compare OpenCL kernel performance on some different CPUs, and I would like to use the same device version for this. For the machines that don't have an Intel GPU, I am using the CPU only runtime (126.96.36.19916), which makes the CPU Device report "OpenCL 1.2 (Build 80752)" as the version. That's all fine and good. But one of my machines is an i7-4700EQ with 4600 Graphics. I understand that for this machine, the CPU device support is also provided through the Graphics driver.