SDK on native Linux

SDK on native Linux

Hi all.., i want to install Intel SDK, the Linux version on Ubuntoo or any other linux distribution in normal PC. pls drop your comments... thanks
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Kawi,

Only the Moblin and Windows OS's are supported at this time.

Please see this document for reference: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/en-us/article/application-readiness-checklist

Excerpt: "The application can be run on at least one of the following operating systems: Windows* XP or Windows* 7 or Moblin*."

>> i want to install Intel SDK, the Linux version on Ubuntoo or any other linux distribution in normal PC.

moblin is basically linux - if you dont use anything specific to moblin; your program will run on normal linux (i386) using the same binary. the only caveat is that if you want to use the ADP_xx validation API's you will need to build a version without them. our games (submitted for validation) run on normal ubuntu and moblin - we just have a special version for the intel application store. you just need to check your library dependencies to ensure that they are available on your target linux environment. if you use X11 routines and ALSA; your pretty much safe :)

// Aaron Ardiri
Mobile 1UP
http://www.mobile1up.com

Hi Mobile 1UP..

got the answer....
thank you very much

wbr

kawi

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