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OpenVINO Ubuntu installation place .scripts folder into /

mvrht__u3425923
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Hi,

It is not actually a bug, but OpenVINO Ubuntu installation place .scripts folders with packages from Intel Media SDK into root directory:

ls /.scripts
POSTIN.intel-openvino-mediasdk-2019.2-275.x86_64.rpm  SUMMARY.intel-openvino-mediasdk-2019.2-275.x86_64.rpm

I guess the right place should be /opt/intel/.scripts

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Shubha_R_Intel
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Dear mvrht, u3425923,

Actually thanks for catching this ! This is a strange location - we should not be putting stuff in the / directory. I will file a bug !

Thanks,

Shubha

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mvrht__u3425923
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Unfortunately, the issue still exists in newly released OpenVINO 2019R3

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Shubha_R_Intel
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Dear mvrht, u3425923,

Sorry for the inconvenience. We are looking into how best to address the issue and it's true that the problem remains in 2019R3. All I can say for now is,  stay tuned - a bug ticket is still open on this issue. Hopefully we will come up with a solution in R4. It's not an urgent bug or feature, which is why you're still seeing the issue in R3.

Thanks,

Shubha

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mvrht__u3425923
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Still there in 2020.1

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mvrht__u3425923
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Also another small bug:

intel-openvino-mediasdk-2020.1-023.x86_64.rpm (from OpenVino 2020.1) package installs /etc/ld.so.conf.d/intel-mdf.conf file for making some libraries global accessible, however /opt/intel/common/mdf is not provided anymore starting from 2020.1

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