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Beginner
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Using PIN on Ubuntu for Ryzen

The CPU is Ryzen and I have downloaded pin-3.10-97971-gc5e41af74-gcc-linux.tar.gz

It seems that tools are missing

 

$ ./pin -t inscount0.so -- /bin/ls

E: Unable to load inscount0.so

 

I also searched for inscount0.so but nothing is there in directory tree.

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Super User Retired Employee
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I have no idea why this is posted here. This is Intel. Ryzen processors are made by AMD. Go bug them.

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Beginner
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I supposed that PIN is X86 friendly which includes AMD processors. Isn't that?

Or it only works with Intel X86 processors?

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