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Intall script on Ubuntu 20.04 fail

nhattan
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Hi everyone,
I try to install the GPA on my Ubuntu machine using the download script gpa_23.1.1678843911_release_m64_deb_install.sh , but it fails because of missing data. The log as below:

2023-04-11 08:43:55.519: GoogleAnalytics.__Init(): ==== TRACKING ID: UA-17808594-9 OS version: 20.04 [Ubuntu 20.04 focal] ==== OS text: Linux-5.15.0-69-generic-x86_64-with-Ubuntu-20.04-focal
2023-04-11 08:43:56.128: Hit.Send(): HitString: v=1&tid=UA-17808594-9&cid=9b7037cd-66bd-4868-8018-d581d5a9b8d8&t=event&ec=setup&ea=start&el=new&sc=start&aip=1&an=SystemAnalyzer-FrameAnalyzer&av=23.1&sr=1920x1080&dt=GPA Install Start&cd1=1678843911&cd5=linux&cd6=Ubuntu 20.04 focal&cd23=standalone&z=2023-04-11 08:43:56.128 --to--> https://ssl.google-analytics.com/collect
2023-04-11 08:43:56.130: Hit.Send(): Time: 2, Response: StatusCode: 0, ReasonPhrase: 'PENDING'
2023-04-11 08:43:56.347: Hit.Send(): Time: 218, Response: StatusCode: 200, ReasonPhrase: 'OK', Tag = '128'
Unpacking intel-gpa (23.1.1678843911) ...
dpkg-deb (subprocess): cannot copy archive member from '/tmp/tmp.CrPDQjjBLk/intel-gpa_tmp.deb' to decompressor pipe: unexpected end of file or stream
dpkg-deb (subprocess): decompressing archive member: lzma error: unexpected end of input
dpkg-deb: error: <decompress> subprocess returned error exit status 2
dpkg: error processing archive /tmp/tmp.CrPDQjjBLk/intel-gpa_tmp.deb (--install):
cannot copy extracted data for './opt/intel/gpa/Streams/lib/libQt6Gui.so.6' to '/opt/intel/gpa/Streams/lib/libQt6Gui.so.6.dpkg-new': unexpected end of file or stream
Errors were encountered while processing:
/tmp/tmp.CrPDQjjBLk/intel-gpa_tmp.deb

 

Then I try to extract the data manually to get the .deb using the internal script:

function install_payload()
{
INSTALL_TMP_DIR=`mktemp -d`
INSTALL_NAME="${INSTALL_TMP_DIR}/intel-gpa_tmp.deb"
LINE_NUMBER=$(grep --text --line-number '^PAYLOAD:$' $0 | cut -d ':' -f 1)
payload_start=$((LINE_NUMBER + 1))
tail -n +${payload_start} $0 > ${INSTALL_NAME}
dpkg --install ${INSTALL_NAME}
rm -rf ${INSTALL_TMP_DIR}
}


but the data.taz.xz show an incorrect data size (showing 107.211.072 bytes, but the file only has 12.409.322 bytes remaining)

data.tar.xz 1678904731 0 0 100644 107211072


So what should I do next?
Thank you.

Sorry if I posted a duplicate topic here (the wrong place I think):

https://community.intel.com/t5/Graphics/Intall-script-on-Ubuntu-20-04/m-p/1475152/highlight/true#M116247

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Pamela_H_Intel
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Hey Folks,


I apologize profusely about this difficulty. I've had it repaired again. Please let me know if it is not working still.


Meanwhile, I have escalated my request not to make changes to our release platforms near release timeframes. So hopefully this will never happen again.


Pamela


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Pamela_H_Intel
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Sorry for this issue Tan. I will check with the team and get back to you.


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Pamela_H_Intel
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Tan,


There are a couple of possibilities . . .

  1. Our download system migrated right at the time of our release, so maybe something is corrupt in your download.
  2. You have a system config that conflicts in some way with our download process.


Our release engineer tried it out, but I'm not sure she tried from the download, so I will try . . . I just need to find an Ubuntu system . . . I should be able to do it sometime today.


Pamela


Pamela_H_Intel
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Are you using Ubuntu? 20.04 or 22.04?


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nhattan
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Thank you for the quick response.
I am using Ubuntu20.04, kernel 5.15.0-69-generic

My use case is I am trying to use GPA to debug how Gazebo  uses the GPU.

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Pamela_H_Intel
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Tan - it was apparently on our end. It should be good. Please try now. Sorry about the hassle.

Pamela


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nhattan
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Thank you, I checked the download link here (is it the correct link?): https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/tools/graphics-performance-analyzers/download.html
It is still the same file and the same problem.

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GermanDiago
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I am facing exactly the same problem as nhattan.

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Pamela_H_Intel
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Hey Folks,


I apologize profusely about this difficulty. I've had it repaired again. Please let me know if it is not working still.


Meanwhile, I have escalated my request not to make changes to our release platforms near release timeframes. So hopefully this will never happen again.


Pamela


nhattan
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perfect, thank you for your support, now I can install and run the applications successfully

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Pamela_H_Intel
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Awesome!!


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