title says, i tried to run few simple code on linux CentOS 7, using MediaServerStudioEssentialsEvaluation2015R3, currently working on Xeon E3-1245 v3.
i installed the SDK from following command,
yum install libva
yum install mesa-libGL-devel
yum install libdrm-devel
after reboot. few sample codes works.
when i run simple_decode_vmem, its fine to use. following output is the result.
Bluetooth* LE (BLE) communication use is exploding both in commercial products and hobby applications, mainly due to its low-cost and low-power requirements. This makes it an excellent choice when you want to communicate from your Android* phone or tablet to your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo projects.
I tried to check my BIOS to enable .disable XD or VT but there is no settings ...
I have tried for so long to install Haxm but FAILED ..so plz help me find out whats the problem ...
i attached the screen shot with cpuID.
So far in this thread: https://software.intel.com/en-us/comment/1809978 we have several people with Core 2 Duos who can't start HAXM on Mac OSX. The machines are quite different from each other (different graphic cards, etc), and the main common theme is Core 2 Duo on Mac. I can't find an example of somebody succesfully using latest HAXM on a Core 2 Duo Mac. It seems likely this is an issue with HAXM.
We are planning to develop a multi-threaded trans coding system using Intel Media SDK. We have some queries as a part of the same.
I have tried installing Intel HAXM in my system but was unable to do that as it says VT-x not enabled but when i looked in bios it is enabled. My processor is intel core2 quad q9550 with windows 7 professional installed.
FYI :- I was previously running bluestacks android emulator on the same machine.
I`ve tryed to use new version of Manufacturing Flash Tool on my Lenovo K900. But due flashing i`ve got error with such log listing:
I just started to lean android on Linux platform 32 bit OS. I installed android sdk and eclipse. But Android emulator is not working.
There is a message "KVM is not installed/properly installed" when launching android emulator. I checked evrything. And I found that my hardware configuration doesn't support hardware virtualisation Intel x86 Atom Processor codename "Pineview". Hence unable to install KVM and therefore unable to launch android emulator.
Is there any way I could work without KVM?