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Intel OpenVINO support for Ubuntu 20.04

I was trying to install Intel OpenVINO release 2020.3 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. However, it does not seem to install because of no support. I changed install_openvino_dependencies.sh at line 77 to this from its original "16.04":

 

if [ "$system_ver" = "20.04" ];

 

 in hopes of bypassing the thing. But even after installation process, it doesn't seem to have completely installed as when I invoke setupvars.sh  at /opt/intel/openvino/bin, it says:

 

ls: cannot access '/opt/intel/openvino/deployment_tools/inference_engine/lib/': No such file or directory
[setupvars.sh] OpenVINO environment initialized

 

 

1. Is there a way to solve this till Intel releases a supported revision of OpenVINO?

2. If not then what might be the alternatives? 

PS: I have a project deadline for Intel OpenVINO based solution coming up. Please Help.

Abhik Banerjee
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You can either compile OpenVino from source on your Ubuntu 20.04 machine, or install Ubuntu 18.04 in your machine (or a virtual machine) and install the current version of OpenVino.

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Thank You @samontab! Looks like virtualbox is the option for now then. I had installed Intel OpenVINO on Windows' WSL2 previously and it seemed that version was not a great obstacle. Anyway, thanks again!

Abhik Banerjee
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Yeah, it works perfectly fine with VirtualBox. Enjoy!

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