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ROCt Library

This repository includes the user-mode API interfaces used to interact with the ROCk driver. Currently supported agents include only the AMD/ATI Fiji family of discrete GPUs.

Starting at 1.7 release, ROCt uses drm render device. This requires the user to belong to video group. Add the user account to video group with “sudo usermod -a -G video username” command if the user if not part of video group yet.

ROCk Driver

The ROCt library is not a standalone product and requires that you have the correct ROCk driver set installed. We recommend reading the full compatibility and installation details which are available in the ROCk github:


Building the Thunk

A simple cmake-based system is available for building thunk. To build the thunk from the the ROCT-Thunk-Interface directory, execute:

mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..

If the hsakmt-roct and hsakmt-roct-dev packages are desired:

mkdir -p build
cd build
cmake ..
make package
make package-dev

For Github repository link : ROCT-Thunk-Interface


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