Hi, good morning to everyone.I'm new to Intel development environment. But I need to deploy a custom deep learning solution to a custom FPGA board.
My FPGA model is Xilinx Kintex-7, which is embedded on a National Instruments Compact-RIO
I've been oriented to use Intel FPGA RTE for OpenCL but I still have some questions.
how can I run the command with the "-d FPGA" flag?
Please confirm you have followed all the steps of Install Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit for Linux* with FPGA Support. You may also refer to FPGA Plugin for more information. Also, please verify you are using one of the OpenVINO Supported Devices.
It is not on the list of supported devices, but another user, Iffa, told me I could try installing Intel RTE for FPGA and trying to run a command with the -d flag on, to check if it worked.
Thanks for your reply
Hi. Thanks for your response.
I tried running the classification_sample_async.exe with the -d FPGA flag, and got an error on dliaPlugin.dll.
I suppose that happens because I don't have a supported FPGA board attached.
When I run aocl diagnose I get "Cannot find board_env.xml in C:\...\a10_ref, which I suppose is the Arria 10 board which is specified somewhere as the one being used.
What do yo uthink? Should I test it again with another command?
OpenVINO toolkit currently supports FPGA devices only based on Intel Arria 10 and Arria 10 GX boards. So we don't expect that being workable for non-Arria FPGAs.
Best regards, Max.