ubuntu@ubuntu:/run/user/1000/gvfs/archive:host=file%253A%252F%252F%252Fhome%252Fubuntu%252FDownloads%252Fintel%252Fintel_sdk_for_opencl_2017_126.96.36.19968_x64/intel_sdk_for_opencl_2017_188.8.131.5268_x64$ ./install.shError: Incorrect path to setup script. Setup can not be startedif the path contains ':, ~, @, #, %, &, [, ], $, =, ), (, *' symbols.Quitting!
The linux download is currently intel_sdk_for_opencl_2017_184.108.40.20668_x64.gz.
tar -xvf intel_sdk_for_opencl_2017_220.127.116.1168_x64.gz should untar it, which should output a folder. The SDK install script is in the folder as either install.sh or install_GUI.sh. I recommend not running that script out of an abspath containing so many special characters.
The gsg scripting example is targeted toward SRB5.0 runtime development prior to the usage of the Intel Graphics Compute Runtime for OpenCL Driver (NEO) builds. These SRB5.0 setups are against moderately older kernels now. It may serve as a good reference for relevant dependency setup depending on how users have configured their operating system installs.
If possible, consider using the SDK to target an Ubuntu 16.04.3+ system with 4.14.20 or newer linux kernel for these two runtimes. :
1) The 16.1.2 CPU build
2) The Intel Graphics Compute Runtime for OpenCL Driver