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Segmentation fault when launching VTune-GUI on Fedora 34

Juan_Fumero
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Both installations of VTune (either as a standalone and as part of the oneAPI toolkit) for Fedora 34 throws the following Seg Fault error. 

 

$ /opt/intel/oneapi/vtune/2022.1.0/bin64/vtune-gui
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

$ dmesg
[ 1103.361782] traps: vtune-gui[18969] trap int3 ip:559e1ffe4128 sp:7ffd57c2dd80 error:0 in vtune-gui[559e1fcd6000+65ed000]
[ 1111.325170] traps: vtune-gui[19015] trap int3 ip:56382c4fb128 sp:7ffea8ed8ef0 error:0 in vtune-gui[56382c1ed000+65ed000]
[ 1123.180405] traps: vtune-gui[19118] trap int3 ip:55d6eac12128 sp:7ffca204a980 error:0 in vtune-gui[55d6ea904000+65ed000]
[ 2133.557473] traps: vtune-gui[20749] trap int3 ip:558a1a2bc128 sp:7fff275c0260 error:0 in vtune-gui[558a19fae000+65ed000]

 

Some details about the machine and environment:

 

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-10885H CPU @ 2.40GHz 

GPU 1: NVIDIA 2060  with 495.29.05 driver.

GPU 2: Intel HD Graphcs (with OpenCL compute runtime and level zero drivers)

Linux Kernel: 5.15.16-100.fc34.x86_64 

 

When I installed it as a standalone tool (only VTune), during the installation it complains about Linux headers not being present. However, they are actually installed (See attached screenshot). 

Is Fedora 34 with this kernel supported? 

 

Screenshot from 2022-01-26 07-33-47.png

Any pointers will be appreciated.

Thanks

Juan

 

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Juan_Fumero
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Steve_D
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I would be wonderful if Juan could get some ideas on how to fix this seg fault.

 

Thanks!

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