Get Started with the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit for Linux*

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Date 12/16/2022

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Using Containers with the Command Line

Compile and run the containers directly.

The below enables the GPU, if available, using --device=/dev/dri (may not be available in Linux* VM or Windows*). The command will leave you at a command prompt, inside the container, in interactive mode.

# --device=/dev/dri enables the gpu (if available). May not be available in Linux VM or Windows
docker run --device=/dev/dri -it "$image"

Once in the container, you can interact with it using Run a Sample Project Using the Command Line.

You may need to include proxy settings before -it "$image"if you are behind a proxy:
docker run -e http_proxy="$http_proxy" -e https_proxy="$https_proxy" -it "$image"

Using Intel® Advisor, Intel® Inspector or Intel® VTune Profiler with Containers

When using these tools, extra capabilities have to be provided to the container with these options:

--cap-add=SYS_ADMIN --cap-add=SYS_PTRACE

docker run --cap-add=SYS_ADMIN --cap-add=SYS_PTRACE \
--device=/dev/dri -it "$image"