On 26/01/18 19:36, Douglas, William wrote:
So we have generally avoided needing another stack of software for
using different hardware features so far in Clear Linux but I think we
have an open right now to more fully investigate Phi tooling.
On Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 6:54 AM, lejeczek <peljasz(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> just an admin here, thinking... is Clear Linux somehow, out of the box,
> equipped to deal/support Phi coprocessor?
> I remember in flavors such as rhel, centos, ubuntu, etc. I had to grap whole
> software stack from Intel, so called MIC(mpss, probably more) if I remember
> What is the situation in Clear Linux?
> many thanks, L.
> Dev mailing list
thanks for your reply.
But before an investigation commences - how to make the most
of Xeon Phis in Clear if somebody has one, now?
Does clearlinux do offload to PHIs, does it do anything
automatically or it's all on programmer/compiler?
I, as usually sroogled but find no info at all which would
touch this subject. Where to get software from? I could not
find nothing in bundles, but then I've seen ClearL for the
first time yesterday.
many thanks, L.