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verma__Ashish
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OpenVino support for Ubuntu 18.04

Hi,

when can we expect openVino toolkit for ubuntu 18.04. Although i am able to install openvino in ubuntu 18.04 using this link

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#inbox/FMfcgxvzKtTNBpffKfwvQvvhzcvRzQbW

but when I am running inference engine samples hello classification , I am getting error as Plugin MKLDNNPlugin cannot be loaded . I have set all the LD_LIBRARY_PATH as mentioned in the document.

Any help will be appreciated

Thanks

Ashish

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RBang
New Contributor II
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I sort of made it to work, for atleast one example, I've written about it in the article below:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/beyond-sensing-developing-up-squared-based-computer-vision...

verma__Ashish
Beginner
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Hi Rishabh,

Are you able to run any Inference engine sample with this hack as I have also followed this while installing but it's not able to run samples, getting the same plugin load problem.

RBang
New Contributor II
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Hi Ashish,

I was only able to run the demo_squeezenet_download_convert_run program. For work related issues, had to reformat and use 16.04 LTS, so can't really comment on the other programs.

__om__
Beginner
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Currently OpenVINO 2018 R3 may be used by either Ubuntu 18.04 or Debian 9 (with some sort oh hacks in install scripts and cmake configs) except the samples which require opencv_videoio.so. If you use it from OpenVINO package, it depends on Ubutnu 16.04 specific video staff:

    libavcodec-ffmpeg.so.56
    libavformat-ffmpeg.so.56
    libavutil-ffmpeg.so.54
    libswscale-ffmpeg.so.3

So to compile samples the OpenCV (3.3 or 3.4) should be recompiled with Intel configuration.

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