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Downloading old Openvino kit releases?

tmatsuzawa
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Hello!

I happend to try out Openvino kit R1.0.1 today (for comparison with the latest releases), but R1.0.1 seems to be a bit old and I cannot find it on the download server (below).

https://storage.openvinotoolkit.org/repositories/openvino/packages/

Is there any archive that has this old version?
Or, building from the source is the only way (how)?

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Megat_Intel
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Hi Tmatsuzawa,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

 

For your information, OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 release package is no longer available to download. However, you can still build from source OpenVINO 2019_R1.0.1 from the OpenVINO™ GitHub page.

 

On another note, to build the OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 Inference Engine you can refer to the guide here.

 

 

Regards,

Megat


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Megat_Intel
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Hi Tmatsuzawa,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

 

For your information, OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 release package is no longer available to download. However, you can still build from source OpenVINO 2019_R1.0.1 from the OpenVINO™ GitHub page.

 

On another note, to build the OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 Inference Engine you can refer to the guide here.

 

 

Regards,

Megat


tmatsuzawa
Beginner
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Hello.
Thank you for your suggestion.

I could built inference-engine tree from the source, but I am curious how its result differs from the R1.0.1 kit package.
In particular, I could not find scripts/setupvars.sh file or INSTALLDIR, INTEL_OPENVINO_DIR environment variables (where they should be set, etc.)

I wonder:

1)scripts/setupvars.sh did not exist in the R1.0.1 package?
2)make install installs libaries in /usr/local/..., not in /opt/intel

Did R1.0.1 package have installer scripts which I could not find in the inference-engine source tree?
Or, there were not such thing?

Megat_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Tmatsuzawa,

Setting up the Environment Variables is only required when OpenVINO™ is installed from the package installer. It is not required when building from source since it is already done in Step 5 of the Build Steps for Linux. Both the "/opt/intel" folder and installer scripts are also only used when OpenVINO™ is installed through the package installer.

 

For your information, I have built from source OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 and validated the OpenVINO™ build by running the benchmark app in the bin directory. I show my result below:

19build.png

 

 

Regards,

Megat

 

tmatsuzawa
Beginner
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Hello.

Yes, I also could build and app like benchmark_app are in openvino/inference-engine/intel64/Release.
This is fine so far.

My concern is that 3rd party apps built for OpenVINO may expect environment variables set by setupvars.sh, (though whcih I am not sure if it existed for R1.0.1).

Example:

https://wiki.seeedstudio.com/ODYSSEY-X86J4105-Intel-OpenVINO/

It says the follows:

>Set the Environment Variables
>You must update several environment variables before you can compile and run OpenVINO™ applications. Run the following script to temporarily set your environment variables:

I would like to know what is equivalent of this for R1.0.1 built from source.
(If it is the case that R1.0.1 did not have it, then it is fine but I am happy if I can be sure.)

 

Megat_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Tmatsuzawa,

The guide you provided installed OpenVINO™ from the package installer, and is required to run the setupvars.sh script to temporarily set the environment variables.

 

When building OpenVINO™ 2019 R1.0.1 from source, you are already setting the environment variable in Step 5 of the Build Steps for Linux, therefore setupvars.sh script is not needed.

 

For your information, I was able to run the benchmark app in the previous reply without running any setupvars.sh script. 

 

 

Regards,

Megat


tmatsuzawa
Beginner
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Ok, thank you very much.
I think I can follow this as common understandind and 3rdpary replying on any further (undocumented) behavior of old package may need adjustment.

Megat_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Tmatsuzawa,

Thank you for your question. This thread will no longer be monitored since this issue has been resolved. If you need any additional information from Intel, please submit a new question.

 

 

Regards,

Megat


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