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kaliuday
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Execution of SDAccel based application on Ubuntu

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Hi 

 

Does SDAccel supports Ubuntu OS ?

 

I have built my application on SDAccel 2016.1 / CentOS,

 

I tried running the application on live-Ubuntu,

 

  • lspci recognizes FPGA
  • source install.sh ~ Driver installation
  • ./app.exe app1.xclbin

Above steps failed to run application on FPGA device in Ubuntu environment.

 

Is there a way to do it ?

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vallina
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Registered: ‎03-18-2011

Hi Kali,

 

Ubuntu is not a supported OS for running SDAccel compiled FPGA applications. The only OS officially supported is CentOS/RedHat 6. Any other version of Linux may or may not work, but have no available support. It is best to use an officially supported operating system. The most up to date list of supported systems is available in chapter 1 of the SDAccel Installation Guide UG1020. 

 

Best regards,

Fernando

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vallina
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Registered: ‎03-18-2011

Hi Kali,

 

Ubuntu is not a supported OS for running SDAccel compiled FPGA applications. The only OS officially supported is CentOS/RedHat 6. Any other version of Linux may or may not work, but have no available support. It is best to use an officially supported operating system. The most up to date list of supported systems is available in chapter 1 of the SDAccel Installation Guide UG1020. 

 

Best regards,

Fernando

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kaliuday
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Hi @vallina

 

Thanks a lot for your answer, I will look into officially supported versions.

 

Extra Info : 

 

I could install SDAccel on Ubuntu-14 and build the hardware solution, but when I tried running it it fails this is a different scenario. CPU/HW emulation flows works fine as well.

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