Under Linux many commands are executed from the command line, which is OK. But if the program you are starting has a mouse driven GUI in my view the command line doesn't really make sense.
NOTE: In all the following <install dir> means where you installed Intel® System Studio. On my system this is /opt/intel/system_studio_2014.0.025. Use the location you chose during installation.
VTune Amplifier is for me such a case. To start it from the command line you need to
This week, Dell released a new Ultrabook™ that is branded towards developers. This is part of Project Sputnik, an intriguing internal conversation that centered on creating a laptop that was better suited towards what developers are really looking for.
Project Sputnik evolved as an internal conversation at Dell, and was centered on the foundational premise of how to enable developers to do what they do, better. Here’s a quote from Barton George, director of marketing for Dell’s Web vertical:
Reposted from my blog on the Yocto Project site. Go there for more pearls of wisdom and other embedded Linux goodies.
When I initially started talking publicly about the fact that I was working on the Yocto Project, one of the first questions I got was, in essence, "Why would you need to build an OS from sources?" After all, there are plenty of distros out there who have done the hard work for you.
在Ubuntu* 11.04上通过Sudo安装完Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2011。整个过程没有任何报错信息。
使用amplxe-gui，调用工具的图形界面，创建一个项目，选择目标的应用程序。然后通过工具对目标程序进行热点分析（Hotspots Analysis）, 意外得到出错信息。
同样的问题也会发生在并行性分析（Concurrency Analysis）和锁及等待分析(Locks And Waits Analysis)。
究其原因，Ubuntu* 10.10以后的版本对于一个普通用户在使用ptrace追踪进程时，仅允许被追踪进程的父进程ptrace 应用程序的进程。
而VTune Amplifier XE并非应用程序的父进程。怎么去除这个限制呢？根据出错信息的提示：