This article includes the System Requirement for Intel® oneAPI Data Analytics Library (oneDAL)
Release notes can be found in a dedicated article.
|Document revision||Date||Change History|
|2022.2||2022-4-13||2022.2 Release Update|
|2022.1||2021-12-7||2022.1 Release Update|
|2021.4||2021-9-29||2021.4 Release Update|
|2021.3||2021-6-22||2021.3 Release Update|
|2021.2||2021-3-29||2021.2 Release Update|
|2021.1||2020-12-07||2021.1 Release Update|
- Intel® Iris® Plus Graphics
- Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
- Intel® Iris® Xe Max Graphics
- Intel® Iris® Graphics
- Intel Atom® Processors
- Intel® Core™ Processor Family
- Intel® Xeon® Processor Family
- Intel® Xeon® Scalable Performance Processor Family
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.
- GCC* 7.x or higher or Intel® C++ Compiler 19.1 and later
- Intel® oneAPI DPC++ Compiler latest release (for oneAPI DPC++ interfaces)
- Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks latest release (for the multi-threaded version of oneDAL)
- OpenCL(TM) 1.2 or later
- C/C++ Compiler with C++11 support (or C++14 support on Windows*)
- Microsoft Visual Studio* (2019 and 2022 versions) needed only if using Visual Studio IDE for development
- Microsoft Visual Studio* 2022 Community, Enterprise and Professional Editions with 'Desktop development with C++' component installed are supported, except for use with Intel® Inspector and Intel® Advisor.
- 64-bit Linux*: Ubuntu* 18.04 or higher
- 64-bit Windows* 10
- 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
- Windows Server 2022 (CPU only)
- Fedora 35 (CPU and GPU)
- Debian 11 (CPU and GPU)
To build examples with DPC++ API extensions, you also need:
- GNU* Make on Linux*, nmake on Windows*
OS Deprecation Notice
These operating systems are deprecated in release Intel oneAPI 2022.1, and will be removed in a future release:
- Windows Server 2016*
- Red Hat* Enterprise Linux 7
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 15 SP2
- Ubuntu* 18.04 LTS
- CentOS* 7
- Fedora 34
- Fedora 35
- Clear Linux*
- macOS* 11
Support for macOS 10 is deprecated. oneAPI 2022.1 is the last supported release.
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