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Docker OpenVINO Ubuntu container on Host CentOS.

Kobu_Intel
Employee
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Hi,
Does anyone have BKM of the following combination?
OpenVINO needs to be deployed on the current edge environment.
I'd like to check if there's good BKC/limitation prior to execution.

- OpenVINO 2020.2
- Inference device : CPU
- OpenVINO docker container OS : Ubuntu18.04
- Target host OS : CentOS 7.6 (*)
  (*)Not CentOS 7.4, I'm acknowledged that CentOS 7.6 is not supported in OpenVINO2020.2 and also CentOS is not supproted by CPU.

Thanks!
BR/Kobu

 

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JesusG_Intel
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Hello Ryosuke,

The OpenVINO documentation for Installing OpenVINO for Linux from a Docker Image states that only Ubuntu* 18.04 long-term support (LTS), 64-bit is supported. CentOS 7.6 is not supported as a development or target platform at all. This means that Intel has not tested or validated OpenVINO with CentOS 7.6. Even CentOS 7.4 support is dubious as you will find several statements in the documentation saying that extra modifications are needed for CentOS but without any other guidance.

In short, your configuration is not supported but it may or may not work for you. You may need to make modifications to make it work, however, we do not have more guidance for these modifications.

Regards,

Jesus

Intel Customer Support

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JesusG_Intel
Moderator
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Hello Ryosuke,

The OpenVINO documentation for Installing OpenVINO for Linux from a Docker Image states that only Ubuntu* 18.04 long-term support (LTS), 64-bit is supported. CentOS 7.6 is not supported as a development or target platform at all. This means that Intel has not tested or validated OpenVINO with CentOS 7.6. Even CentOS 7.4 support is dubious as you will find several statements in the documentation saying that extra modifications are needed for CentOS but without any other guidance.

In short, your configuration is not supported but it may or may not work for you. You may need to make modifications to make it work, however, we do not have more guidance for these modifications.

Regards,

Jesus

Intel Customer Support

Kobu_Intel
Employee
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Hi Jesus,

Understood, it's clear.

Thanks a lot for your comments.

BR/Kobu

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