This document provides details about hardware, operating system, and software prerequisites for the Intel® Distribution for GDB*.
Supported Host Operating Systems
These OS distributions are tested by Intel or known to work; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended. If you have questions, access the Intel Community Forums when you need assistance. If you have Commercial Support, create a support ticket.
- Linux*: Ubuntu* 18.x, 20.04, CentOS* 7, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES)* 15 SP2, SP3, Fedora* 34, Rocky* Linux* 8, Oracle* Linux* 8 (all 64-bit extended)
- Linux* kernel 4.15 or higher for GPU debugging
- Dynamic Kernel Module Support (DKMS)
- Windows* 10, Windows* 11 (all 64-bit extended)
- Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit installation
- Intel® oneAPI HPC Toolkit installation for OpenMP*
OS Deprecation Notice
These operating systems are deprecated in this release, Intel® oneAPI 2022.1, and will be removed in a future release:
- Red Hat* Enterprise Linux 7
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 15 SP2
- Ubuntu* 18.04 LTS
- CentOS* 7
- Fedora 34
- Fedora 35
- Clear Linux*
Supported Target Hardware Platforms
- Intel® Core™ Processor family
- Intel® Xeon® Processor family
- Intel® Xeon® Scalable Performance processors
- GPU Linux: Intel® HD Graphics Gen9 or higher, Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
- GPU Windows: Intel® HD Graphics Gen9
- FPGA: Emulation device only.
For Linux* users
- GNU* GCC* v5.1 or higher
For Windows* users
- For GPU development, the following GPU drivers are required from Intel® Graphics - Windows® 10 DCH Driver:
- Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows* 184.108.40.2069
For the following list of processors copy gen_debugger_target_gen9.msi and execute it on the target:
- 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Skylake) (1903-21H1)
- 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Kaby Lake) (1903-21H1)
- 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Kaby Lake-R, Coffee Lake, Whiskey Lake (1903+)
- 9th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Coffee Lake-R) (1903+)
- 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Comet Lake, Amber Lake) (1903+)
For the following list of processors copy gen_debugger_target.msi and execute it on the target:
- 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Ice Lake) (1903+)
- 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Tiger Lake, Rocket Lake, Tiger Lake-H) (1909+)
- 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processor family (Codename Alder Lake) (20H2+)
- Intel® Core™ Processor with Intel® Hybrid Technology (Codename Lakefield) (1909+)
- Intel® Atom®, Pentium® and Celeron® processor family (Codename Apollo Lake, Elkhart Lake) (1809+)
- Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® processor family (Codename Gemini Lake, Jasper Lake) (1903-21H1, 1909+)
- Intel® Iris® Xe Dedicated Graphics family (Codename DG1) (2004+)
- Note: see Troubleshooting section on how to configure the driver depending on the GPU available
- Note: see Installation Guide for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits on how to install the GPU driver
- General Purpose Intel GPUs (GPGPU), see this article. Click the one labeled 20220830 for instructions to download and install.
Intel® oneAPI 2022.3 is validated on Windows and Linux.
- Eclipse v4.9 or above
- Eclipse C/C++ Development Tools (CDT) 9.3 or above
Microsoft* Visual Studio
- Microsoft Visual Studio* 2019 or 2022
Using Microsoft*’s Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2) in Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can install the native Linux distribution of Intel® oneAPI toolkits and libraries on Windows for CPU and GPU workflows. Details here.
Intel® oneAPI Toolkits 2022.1.3 and earlier and Intel® Parallel Studio XE (any version) do not support Microsoft Visual Studio 2022. On systems with Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 installed, Intel® oneAPI and Intel® Parallel Studio XE installers may fail during installation, upgrade, modification, or uninstallation. Refer to this article for more information.
Visual Studio Code (VS Code) Extensions for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
The VS Code extensions for oneAPI Toolkits provide assistance to developers who are creating, debugging and profiling oneAPI applications. The Using Visual Studio Code with Intel® oneAPI Toolkits User Guide provides additional detail.
The following VS Code extensions are available in the VS Code marketplace:
- Sample Browser for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
- Environment Configurator for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
- Analysis Configurator for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
- GDB GPU Support for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
- DevCloud Connector for Intel® oneAPI Toolkits
- Get Started with Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit for Linux
- Get Started with Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit for Windows
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