I have just upgraded to mpss 3.4.1 and experience that my /etc/passwd file of 1300 entries cannot be processed in reasonable time during the micctrl --initdefaults.
This page provides the current Release Notes for the combined C++/Fortran product Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Composer Edition for Windows* and Linux* products.
I tried doing a Make on the linux driver module, linux-2.6.38+mpss3.4.2, and I get an error message, that intel_i2c.c, does not compile:
I'm running an experiment on a server machine with a quad-core Xeon X5355 processor running a linux system.
How coding efficiency degrades when using the decoding order?
Can encoder convert to I frame specified as P by client (scene change detection) in this mode, etc?
I am able to run the decoding sample fine on Windows Embedded Standard 7, however if I use the following command line:
I seem to have reoccurring problems with the Intel Software Manager being out of sync with my current installation.
I am using Fortran Compiler XE 184.108.40.206 .