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Disable OpenCL profiling / debugging (libOpenCL.so.1 missing)

Question asked by tomreyn on Jan 13, 2014
Latest reply on Jan 13, 2014 by tomreyn

Hi,

 

I'm on Ubuntu 13.10 x86_64 and am stuck on old Radeon X-series hardware which is no longer supported by fglrx, so I'm using the Mesa / Gallium driver set (r300(g)). This hardware does not support OpenCL (nor do the Mesa drivers Ubuntu currently provides).

 

So I'd like to use CodeXL without OpenCL debugging and profiling. Re: libOpenCL.so.1 are missing suggests this is possible, but does not explain how. Since I do not have libOpenCL.so.1, whenever I try to start in DebugMode I run into the

The following system libraries are missing: libOpenCL.so.1

message - which is factually correct, but I'd like to work around this issue, if possible, and make use of the remaining functionality CodeXL provides only. Using Gremedy's gDEBugger 5.8.1 (which CodeXL seems to be based on) I can use all three analysis modes fine (by setting the project profile to OpenGL only (no OpenCL)).

 

Is it still possible to disable OpenCL support in CodeXL, and if so, how?

 

Thanks in advance.

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