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RPM-based Installation-

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This document elaborates on the installation process of InAccel's ecosystem for RHEL-based distributions.

Install from repository-

Before you install any package distributed by InAccel for the first time, you need to set up properly the InAccel repository to be able to access our packages through your package manager.

Step 1    Add InAccel's repository to your YUM repositories:

curl -sL https://jfrog.inaccel.com/artifactory/generic/packages/inaccel.repo | \
    sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/inaccel.repo

Step 2    Update the yum package index and install the latest version of InAccel CLI:

sudo yum install inaccel

Step 3    InAccel offers a modified version of runc by adding custom pre-start and post-stop hooks to Coral containers. By providing our custom runtime we enable implicit loading of drivers and libraries of FPGA vendors to provide a zero-configuration experience. To make docker aware of those changes you need to restart its daemon:

sudo systemctl restart docker

Step 4    Verify proper installation:

inaccel --version


Install from package-

In order to setup InAccel from package, follow the instructions below:

Step 1    Download the specific version of inaccel you wish from here

wget https://jfrog.inaccel.com/artifactory/generic/packages/rpm/inaccel-1.3-1.x86_64.rpm

Step 2    Install the package you downloaded:

sudo yum install inaccel-1.3-1.x86_64.rpm

Step 3    Restart docker service to enable InAccel's custom runc hooks (as mentioned above):

sudo systemctl restart docker

Step 4    Verify proper installation:

inaccel --version