The recommended way of setting up the target OS is by building a Yocto Project*-based image using the board support package (BSP) with Intel® TCC Tools dependencies and then deploying Intel® TCC Tools on top of it. In addition, you may want to add the VTune™ Profiler layer to your image to experience the full capabilities of VTune™ Profiler when profiling applications on your target system.
Building an image is time-consuming and requires substantial compute resources. You should ensure your host system is capable of doing it. The host system used for building the image can be different from the host system for development with Intel® TCC Tools. Consider using a dedicated server system to build the image and then share the image among developers.
Default Setup describes how to build the image via BSP and deploy Intel® TCC Tools via
finds an existing version, the script will ask you whether to proceed with removing the old version and installing the new one. If you agree, the script will attempt to remove the old version. If it fails to remove the old version, the script will print a command for manual removal. You should remove the old version manually using the provided command and rerun the script in the install mode.