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Does intel media sdk support centOS7 or centOS8, which version does it support?

Does MediaSDK20 or MediaSDK19  support CentOS?

which version of centos?

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Hi @xunrou,

Thanks for reaching out. Based on the information provided here, under supported operating systems it lists CentOS* 7.5 (and Ubuntu*). Intel® Media SDK generally works on other Linux distributions but support is only provided for Linux Gold distributions.

The build instructions here also state the Intel® Media SDK build documentation was tested under clear CentOS 7.4 (with gcc-6.3.1 compiler) but it should work on another OS distributions with various versions of gcc and clang. Hope you find this information helpful, let us know if you have any additional questions.

 

Regards,

Luis

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Can anyone point me to instructions to share entire drives on the network, accessable by windows, Linux and Mac OS?

The only things I can find is how to make a single shared folder, or how to map drives from Windows computers.

I'm not concerned with security, just an easy way to browse and write to a shared drive over the network.

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thanks for your help
When I install msdk19.4 in centos7.5

[root@localhost build]# vainfo
error: can't connect to X server!
error: failed to initialize display

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Which version of MediaSDK supports centOS7.5

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Hi @xunrou,

Thanks for sharing more information. I am able to see a similar error when running MediaSDK on CentOS 7.8.2003 (minimal ISO). Do you get any specific errors from running our samples (i.e. sample_encode or sample_decode)? Can you share more details about your environment (i.e. processor information, full or minimal CentOS version, etc.).

In the meantime let me test a full version of the OS and will get back to you, thank you.

 

Regards,

Luis

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