Altus for Linux come with OpenCL and C++ compute models of Altus. They are compiled against glibc 2.12, and will work with any distribution with that or later (which includes CentOS 6 or later, Ubuntu 12.04 or later, etc).
A software development kit (SDK) allows developers to bypass intermediate format files in configuring Altus setup. The SDK includes Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) for Linux and Mac, and Dynamic Linked Library (DLL) for Windows, that link directly into the software.
Please email us with your name, email, company (optional) and a short description of your intentions for the Altus SDK and we will consider your request as quickly as possible.
Preparing your machine for Altus:
For best performance with Altus, please make sure you have a working OpenCL ICD installed on your computer. Other than OpenCL, Altus downloads include everything (statically linked) so you do not need to install any extra libraries/software. Read more
REMOVE THE WATERMARK
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