Moving from other silicon architectures to Intel® architecture and more specifically the Intel® Atom™ Processor E38xx and related processors can seem like a challenge, but it actually also represents an opportunity. It is possible to move a lot of imaging work from an ASIC into the Intel® Atom™ Processor and its image signal processor (ISP), thus streamlining and accelerating processing while reducing ASIC BOM costs.
Using the Intel® C++ Compiler and the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives along with parallel programming language extensions available with Intel® System Studio permits to efficiently use processor cache streamlining the data pipeline and executing code efficiently using multiple synchronized threads taking advantage of all processor cores (up to 4 on Intel® Atom™ Processor E38xx) simultaneously.
I'm attempting to build a dynamic library as part of an application that runs on an Atom E3845 under a custom OpenEmbedded-based Linux. It's failing to load because a symbol is missing:
"Failed to load library 'xyz.so': /var/volatile/compilers_and_libraries_2016.2.181/linux/compiler/lib/intel64_lin/libirng.so: undefined symbol: __intel_avx_rep_memcpy"
The library uses IPP and possibly TBB (it's not my code), and it's being linked against a set of Intel libraries. This is the final link command, with various proprietary terms removed:
I have installed Intel System Studio on Fedora 23. The installation seems to be fine. When I am trying to start the system debugger using start_xdb_gdb_remote.sh script, It flashes the start screen of Intel System Debugger once and then does not do anything. "ps" is not showing any processes running for system debugger. Installation of the same ISS works fine in another Fedora 23 machine.
Does anyone have any idea about what might be the issue?
I am facing difficulty while using Fedora for Edison. The Intel ISS IOT Eclipse based IDE is not getting launched.
I am using the latest version - Fedora 24 with iss-iot-linux_03-24-16.tar.bz2
Java installation is fine, JAVA path is getting setup fine, in fact I also tried the latest standard Eclipse Neon IDE with CDT plugin and it works fine.
But the Intel ISS IOT IDE does not get launched. When I run the launcher, I don't get any errors, still no eclipse window opens up.
Can someone please help resolve.
I am using Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers -- Supporting Intel® Quark™ microcontroller D2000. The gnu cross compiler collection, (Version: 2016-05-12), did not include the g++ commpiler for the D2000. Where may I obtain it?
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this question, but here it goes. I have played around in the past with the Intel C++ compiler for Linux and achieved very good results. Moreover, not so long ago I had the task of rebuilding the Linux kernel using the Intel compiler suite - which went very well and without any critical failures!
Is there any tool on the intel platform that will enable me to carry out code coverage on files composed of C sharp language?
Thanks in advance