Edge Insights for Vision
- Prepare your target system.
- Copy the package.
- Complete the installation steps.
Step 1: Prepare the
- Create a bootable flash drive using an imaging application, such as Startup Disk Creator, available ontarget system.
- After flashing the USB drive, power off your target system, insert the USB drive, and power on the target system.If thetarget systemdoesn't boot from the USB drive, change the boot priority in the system BIOS.
- Power down yourtarget systemand remove the USB drive.
- Power up thetarget system. You will seeUbuntu*/CentOS*/RHEL*is successfully installed.
- Make sure to download the ISO image in step 1 by registering through developers.redhat.com. You must add the same user details in System Registration during first boot through the GUI or through the subscription-manager CLI.
- Make sure the commandssudo yum updateandsudo yum install <any_package>work. If the commands fail, make sure to set enabled option to 0 in the/etc/yum.repos.d/endpoint.repofile.
Step 2: Copy the
Edge Insights for Vision .zip File to the
- Copyfrom theedge_insights_vision.zipdeveloper workstationto the Home directory on yourtarget system. You can use a USB flash drive to copy the file. The icon looks like this:
Step 3: Extract the
Edge Insights for Vision Software
- Make sure you have a working Internet connection.
- Open a new terminal.
- Extract the package:unzip edge_insights_vision.zipIf you download the file more than once, each download beyond the first is appended by a number.
- (Optional) Use the link in thereadmefile to open this Get Started Guide on thetarget systemfor an easy way to copy and paste commands.
Step 4: Install the
Edge Insights for Vision Software
- Run these commands:cd edge_insights_vision/ chmod 775 edgesoftware ./edgesoftware install
- Type the product key at the prompt:
- Make sure you have an active internet connection during the full installation. If you lose Internet connectivity at any time, the installation might fail.
- Make sure you are using a freshUbuntu*/CentOS*/RHEL*installation. Earlier software, especially Docker* and Docker Compose*, can cause issues.
- In proxy environment, if single user proxy is set (in the.bashrcfile, for example) then some of the component installation may fail or installation hangs. So make sure you have set the proxy in/etc/environment.
- For PRC users: downloading and installation of CSP and K3s components may fail. Only the components below are supported in PRC:
- Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkitin a Container
- Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkitRuntime
- Deep Learning (DL) Streamer Pipelines
- Docker*Community Edition (CE)
- If yum update fails inRHEL*in proxy environment, make sure to set the proxy in/etc/yum.confwithenableProxy=1.
- Installation of the component may fail if you fail to enter the root password before the timeout period ends. In some cases, this causes package dependencies to be broken and subsequent installations may also fail.RHEL*only:To resolve this issue, search for the package which shows the error, remove the package and start the installation again, using these commands:sudo yum list installed <package_name> sudo yum remove <package_name_showed_with_first_command>
- On CentOS target machine, ifhddldaemonfailed to start the service, perform the below steps:
- Reboot the target machine.
- Execute the following commands:source /opt/intel/openvino/bin/setupvars.sh cd $HDDL_INSTALL_DIR ./install_IVAD_VPU_dependencies.sh cd ./bin ./hddldaemon