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Max_L_
Beginner
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Problems installing 2015R6 under Centos 7.1

I've formatted HDD and installed fresh  Centos 7.1 1503  x86_64

Now trying to install MediaServerStudioEssentials2015R6

 

At first, documentation is wrong: 

$ cd SDK*

$ tar -xvzf install_scripts*.tar.gz

is wrong because there is no install_scripts*.tar.gz in SDK2015Production16.4.2.1, it is in CentOS subfolder:

[root@localhost SDK2015Production16.4.2.1]# pwd

/root/MediaServerStudioEssentials2015R6/SDK2015Production16.4.2.1

[root@localhost SDK2015Production16.4.2.1]# ls

CentOS  Generic  SLES  media_server_studio_getting_started_guide.pdf  media_server_studio_sdk_release_notes.pdf

[root@localhost SDK2015Production16.4.2.1]# ls CentOS/

drm-utils-2.4.56-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm                    intel-opencl-1.2-16.4.tar.gz

install_scripts_centos_16.4.2.1-39163.tar.gz             intel-opencl-1.2-devel-16.4-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

intel-linux-media-16.4.2.1-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm          libdrm-2.4.56-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

intel-linux-media-devel-16.4.2.1-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm    libdrm-devel-2.4.56-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

intel-linux-media-patches-39163.tar.gz                   libva-1.3.1-staging.20130628.39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

intel-linux-media-samples-16.4.2.1-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm  libva-devel-1.3.1-staging.20130628.39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

intel-opencl-1.2-16.4-39163.el7.x86_64.rpm               libva-utils-1.3.1-staging.20130628.39163.el7.x86_64.rpm

 

Now launching install_sdk_UMD_CentOS.sh from /root/MediaServerStudioEssentials2015R6/SDK2015Production16.4.2.1/CentOS:

https://gist.github.com/maxlapshin/6b2585493f853f5a63fd

this gist is ending with:

intel-linux-media-patches-39163/KMD-patches-for-realtime-threads/0001-Reducing-KMD-polling-on-ioctl-calls.patch

'intel-linux-media-patches-39163/libdispatch_trace.a' -> '/opt/intel/mediasdk/lib/lin_x64/'

cp: cannot create regular file '/opt/intel/mediasdk/lib/lin_x64/': No such file or directory

'intel-linux-media-patches-39163/libdispatch_shared.a' -> '/opt/intel/mediasdk/lib/lin_x64/'

 

Now it is impossible to build kernel:

[root@localhost CentOS]# su - flussonic

Last login: Thu Jul 30 16:06:16 MSK 2015 on pts/0

[flussonic@localhost ~]$ cd /MSS/

[flussonic@localhost MSS]$ ls

build_kernel_rpm_CentOS.sh

[flussonic@localhost MSS]$ ./build_kernel_rpm_CentOS.sh 

Error... Not installed intel-linux-media-devel rpm package!

 

Guys, please, this is a "Gold" distribution.

 

 

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Surbhi_M_Intel
Employee
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Hi Max, 

Can you give details about the system you are using? Please make sure your system is in one of the supported hardware list mentioned in the getting started guide.
If you system is supported, can you please send o/p of this cmds -  lspci -nn or make sure the o/p matches with the o/p mentioned in getting started guide(GSG). Also, please check 3 steps mentioned in the getting started guide to check hardware access. 
From GSG-
"For Media Server Studio hardware access:
1. The chipset must support integrated graphics and the motherboard must be wired for display from the processor. This is generally always the case for Intel® Core™-based systems, but may need to be checked for systems using Intel® Xeon® processors. The best place to start is your hardware documentation.
2. Intel integrated graphics must be enabled in the BIOS. For many server machines there is also a small graphics adapter on the motherboard which can be configured separately. Usually integrated graphics should be enabled and the motherboard adapter disabled. If your hardware documentation does not indicate the settings to use some experimentation may be required to find the best configuration for your system.
3. You must have a processor with Intel integrated graphics (see supported processors above) "

Sorry for the confusion of the SDK, it should be select OS. 
This error "Error... Not installed intel-linux-media-devel rpm package!" is because user mode driver didn't install properly. Can you please force the rpm images. 
# cd to CentOS*
# rpm --force -Uvh *.rpm

Let us know after following all these steps if you still see the issue. 

Thanks,
Surbhi

 

 

Max_L_
Beginner
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Problem is in install script:

error: Failed dependencies:
mesa-dri-drivers >= 8.0.1 is needed by libva-1.3.1-staging.20130628.39163.el7.x86_64
 

After I installed yum install mesa-dri-drivers  everything has installed ok. Thanks to Nina!

 

 

Surbhi_M_Intel
Employee
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Great the issue got fixed! Closing this thread. Let us know if you have any questions in the future. 

Thanks,
Surbhi

rshal2
New Contributor II
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Hello,

 

I have exactly the same issue.

But trying to do:

yum install mesa-dri-drivers  

did not help resolve this issue.

What is still missing ?

Regards,

Ran

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