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VM for ESH

MegaTseng
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I would like to run ESH case study on VM.

Is there any suggested VM that can support all iGPU, VPU passthrough so it can recognize my intel hardware when running OpenVINO and all the required applications?

 

Thank you!!

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi MegaTseng,

 

It's recommended to install the ESH software packages or use case reference implementations on a physical system running the required OS. However, there are certain reference implementations that should work in a Virtual Machine, for example Universal Wellpad Controller. I recommend looking at each software package or reference implantation for system requirements.

 

Using OpenVINO in a virtual machine may be possible with CPU as a target device but VPUs and iGPU has not been validated.

 

Regards,

Jesus

 

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi MegaTseng,

 

It's recommended to install the ESH software packages or use case reference implementations on a physical system running the required OS. However, there are certain reference implementations that should work in a Virtual Machine, for example Universal Wellpad Controller. I recommend looking at each software package or reference implantation for system requirements.

 

Using OpenVINO in a virtual machine may be possible with CPU as a target device but VPUs and iGPU has not been validated.

 

Regards,

Jesus

 

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