1. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Getting Started Guide 2. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Components 3. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Installation Overview 4. Installing the Intel® FPGA AI Suite Compiler and IP Generation Tools 5. Installing the Intel® FPGA AI Suite PCIe-Based Design Example Prerequisites 6. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Quick Start Tutorial A. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Getting Started Guide Archives B. Intel® FPGA AI Suite Getting Started Guide Document Revision History
4.1. Supported FPGA Families 4.2. Operating System Prerequisites 4.3. Installing the Intel® FPGA AI Suite With System Package Management Tools 4.4. Installing OpenVINO™ Toolkit 4.5. Installing Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition Software 4.6. Setting Required Environment Variables 4.7. Installing Intel® Threading Building Blocks (TBB) 4.8. Finalizing Your Intel® FPGA AI Suite Installation
6.1. Creating a Working Directory 6.2. Preparing OpenVINO™ Model Zoo 6.3. Preparing a Model 6.4. Running the Graph Compiler 6.5. Preparing an Image Set 6.6. Programming the FPGA Device 6.7. Performing Inference on the PCIe-Based Example Design 6.8. Building an FPGA Bitstream for the PCIe Example Design 6.9. Building the Example FPGA Bitstreams 6.10. Preparing a ResNet50 v1 Model 6.11. Performing Inference on the Inflated 3D (I3D) Graph 6.12. Performing Inference on YOLOv3 and Calculating Accuracy Metrics
6.1. Creating a Working Directory
This tutorial requires a writeable working directory that contains a copy of the example runtime and the demonstration files.
If you want to use ~/coredla_work/ as your working directory, run the following commands:
mkdir ~/coredla_work cd ~/coredla_work source dla_init_local_directory.sh
The dla_init_local_directory.sh script does the following tasks:
- Sets COREDLA_WORK environment variable to point at working directory.
- Creates a locally writeable copy of the runtime directory.
- Creates a locally writeable copy of the demo directory.
To re-enter this work directory after opening a new shell, source the OpenVINO setupvar.sh script and the Intel® FPGA AI Suite init_env.sh script, as described in Setting Required Environment Variables. Then, run the following commands:
cd ~/coredla_work source ./coredla_work.sh