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OpenCL Installable Client Driver Loader

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Hi,

 

There are 2 questions in this post, somewhat related.

 

Question 1:

I was trying to get my AWS F1 environment to work on my local Centos machine.

 

I encountered the following...

 

AWS FPGA-SDK-INFO: /etc/OpenCL/vendors/xilinx.icd does not exist or does not contain lbixilinxopencl.so creating and adding libxilinxopencl.so to it
sh: /etc/OpenCL/vendors/xilinx.icd: No such file or directory

 

Where can I find lbixilinxopencl.so?

 

 

Question 2:

 

I suspect it has to do with my installation of SDx environment.

 

I followed the following document.

 

https://www.xilinx.com/html_docs/xilinx2017_2/sdaccel_doc/topics/platform-mem-model/con-opencl-icd-loader.html

 

Following the steps to install SDx environment for Centos7 I have a question about step 2.

 

2. Install the OpenCL SDK RPMs.

linux> rpm -i /proj/picasso/centos/OpenCL-RPMS/*.rpm

 

I suspect I have a missing RPM. What RPMs is Step 2 referring to?

 

 

Linus

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi Linus, Question 1: I have not seen that particular error for AWS yet, but you should be able to locate the libxilinxopencl.so either after running xbinst, or going to to /runtime/lib/x86_64/lib/ Question 2: I am only aware of: opencl-1.2-base-4.4.0.117-1.x86_64.rpm. Do you get an error message while trying to run the RPM install in step 2? Could you provide that message? Thanks,
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Hi Linus, Question 1: I have not seen that particular error for AWS yet, but you should be able to locate the libxilinxopencl.so either after running xbinst, or going to to /runtime/lib/x86_64/lib/ Question 2: I am only aware of: opencl-1.2-base-4.4.0.117-1.x86_64.rpm. Do you get an error message while trying to run the RPM install in step 2? Could you provide that message? Thanks,
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Hi,

 

I actually found the file at  /runtime/lib/x86_64/lib/ as you suggested.

 

It turns out for some reason sudo didn't work when trying to create /etc/OpenCL/vendors/xilinx.icd

I had to be superuser to do that.

 

The 2nd question is not relevant anymore.

 

Thanks.

 

Linus

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