I’ve installed this image OS: VIM3_Ubuntu-server-focal_Linux-5.12_arm64_SD-USB_V1.0.5-210430.img.xz)
I’ve updated the system.
I followed the instructions there:
NPU Prebuilt Demo Usage | Khadas Documentation
When I run /aml_npu_demo_binaries/inceptionv3/VIM3/run.sh. I get
error while loading shared libraries: libovxlib.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
With the demo ‘detect_demo_picture’, I’m missing the libge2d.so library
With the demo ‘detect_demo’, I’m missing the libamcodec.so library
Very disappointing start with the VIM3
, what am I missing ? Wrong OS version ?
December 14, 2021, 3:11am
@navacho2 This version of the firmware does not support NPU. If you want to use it, you can only compile it through fenix yourself. The mainline NPU driver has not yet been adapted at that time. Or you wait for our next version of the firmware, which will compile the NPU driver and library
Hi Frank, thank you. Which version of the firmware should I be using to have NPU support ?
Where is this documented ?
December 14, 2021, 5:49am
@navacho2 It’s not long before the mainline NPU is supported. For all mainline firmware that has not been released to support NPU, we will release new firmware soon.
If you want to compile it yourself, the latest code from fenix is fine.
Use 4.9 fireware can work.
December 20, 2021, 1:14am
@navacho2 We have released an OTA version of the mainline, after you update, the NPU can be used