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Install intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi on Ubuntu 20.04

asenjo
Innovator
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Hi and thanks in advance for your help!

I'm trying to install intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi-base-kit-for-a10gx-s10sx-linux on Ubuntu 20.04. The oneAPI base toolkit is already installed and working. However, this is what I get:

 
root@cedro:~/intel/install-oneAPI/intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi-base-kit-for-a10gx-s10sx-linux/l_intel_fpga_dpcpp-a10gx-s10sx-2021.1.1# sudo ./setup.sh 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Welcome to the Intel(R) FPGA Add-on for oneAPI Base Toolkit for PAC A10 and S10 Board 2021.1.1 installation
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Press Enter to continue

Intel(R) FPGA Add-on for oneAPI Base Toolkit for PAC A10 and S10 Board is only supported on RHEL 7 or Ubuntu 18.04,
you're currently on DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu.

Do you want to continue to install the software? (Y/n): Y
QUARTUS PRIME AND INTEL FPGA IP LICENSE AGREEMENT, VERSION 19.2
...
...

Do you accept this license? (y/n): y

Enter the oneAPI root path [default: /opt/intel/oneapi/]: 
You already have board support package "intel_a10gx_pac" installation at /opt/intel/oneapi//intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_a10gx_pac, do you want to continue to install to this location? (Choosing 'y' will remove all the existing files there) (Y/n): n

Enter the oneAPI root path [default: /opt/intel/oneapi/]: 
You already have board support package "intel_a10gx_pac" installation at /opt/intel/oneapi//intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_a10gx_pac, do you want to continue to install to this location? (Choosing 'y' will remove all the existing files there) (Y/n): n

Enter the oneAPI root path [default: /opt/intel/oneapi/]: 
You already have board support package "intel_a10gx_pac" installation at /opt/intel/oneapi//intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_a10gx_pac, do you want to continue to install to this location? (Choosing 'y' will remove all the existing files there) (Y/n): Y
You already have board support package "intel_s10sx_pac" installation at /opt/intel/oneapi//intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_s10sx_pac, do you want to continue to install to this location? (Choosing 'y' will remove all the existing files there) (Y/n): Y

install_dir=/opt/intel/oneapi

Removing /opt/intel/oneapi/intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_a10gx_pac ...

Removing /opt/intel/oneapi/intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board/intel_s10sx_pac ...

Do you wish to install prerequisites? Note: Installing will require administrative access (sudo) and network access. (Y/n): Y

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Install Pre-requisite packages
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Installing board support package intel_a10gx_pac
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Running cmd:
      tar -xzf /root/intel/install-oneAPI/intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi-base-kit-for-a10gx-s10sx-linux/l_intel_fpga_dpcpp-a10gx-s10sx-2021.1.1/components/intel_a10gx_pac.tar.gz -C /opt/intel/oneapi/intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Installing board support package intel_s10sx_pac
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Running cmd:
      tar -xzf /root/intel/install-oneAPI/intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi-base-kit-for-a10gx-s10sx-linux/l_intel_fpga_dpcpp-a10gx-s10sx-2021.1.1/components/intel_s10sx_pac.tar.gz -C /opt/intel/oneapi/intelfpgadpcpp/2021.1.1/board


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Installing OPAE PACSign package for RedHat/CentOS ...
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Installing OPAE PACSign ...
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Running cmd:
      sudo yum -y --setopt=skip_missing_names_on_install=False install --nogpgcheck opae.pac_sign-1.0.3-1.x86_64.rpm

sudo: yum: command not found
Command: "sudo yum -y --setopt=skip_missing_names_on_install=False install --nogpgcheck opae.pac_sign-1.0.3-1.x86_64.rpm" exited with error code: 1

root@cedro:~/intel/install-oneAPI/intel-fpga-addon-for-oneapi-base-kit-for-a10gx-s10sx-linux/l_intel_fpga_dpcpp-a10gx-s10sx-2021.1.1# 
 
It looks like it is trying to install on RHEL using yum, but yum is not available in Ubuntu and apparently ubuntu 18.04 is supported. Any workaround that you are aware of?

 

Thanks!

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Quant_Geek
Beginner
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See the following thread below.  The package from Intel assumes a much older kernel and thus will not work in Ubuntu 20.04, but you can try the following:

https://github.com/OPAE/opae-sdk/issues/1583

Regards,

QG

 

 

GouthamK_Intel
Moderator
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Hi,

Thanks for reaching out to us!

As your issue is related to FPGA, we have a dedicated forum for FPGA related issues.

We are redirecting this thread to FPGA Forum for faster response.

Have a Good day.

 

Thanks & Regards

Goutham

 

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