Supported Architectures

Applications written using PolySync’s APIs are portable across all architectures listed here.

The PolySync Core release package installed on the system must match your ECUs architecture and Operating System. Contact support─help@polysync.io─to get access to a specific release package.

The x86_64 release packages can be downloaded from the PolySync Core download center.

Tier 1

Tier 1 architectures are fully supported and include the GUI tools PolySync Core Studio and PolySync Core SDF Configurator.

x86_64

Operating System Kernel Notes
Ubuntu 16.04.1 4.4.0-57-generic
Ubuntu 14.04.4 3.19.0-61-generic

Tier 2

Tier 2 architectures are selectively supported and do not have support for GUI tools, and need use command line tools for record, replay, and validating data.

ARM 64 bit

Board Operating System BSP Notes
NVIDIA DrivePX Ubuntu 15.04, Kernel 3.18.19-tegra V2.0.1.alpha
NVIDIA DrivePX 2 Ubuntu 15.04, Kernel 3.18.19-tegra V2.0.1.alpha Support for Alpha 2.0.2 coming soon
NVIDIA Jetson TX1 (Automotive) Ubuntu 14.04, Kernel 3.19.0-43-generic Linux4Tegra Support coming soon
Renesas R-Car H3 Lager Board Yocto Linux 2.12 Lager BSP Commonly run in headless mode

ARM 32 bit

Board Operating System BSP Notes
NVIDIA Jetson TK1 Ubuntu 14.04, Kernel 3.10.40-grinch-21.3.4 Linux4Tegra Commonly run in headless mode
Renesas R-Car H2 Lager Board Yocto Linux Daisy 1.6 Lager BSP Commonly run in headless mode
Renesas R-Car H3 Lager Board QNX Real-Time OS QNX BSP 6.6 Commonly run in headless mode
Raspberry Pi 2 Ubuntu 14.04, Kernel 3.19.0-43-generic N/A Commonly run in headless mode or with Ubuntu Server
Raspberry Pi 3 Ubuntu 14.04, Kernel 3.19.0-43-generic N/A Commonly run in headless mode or with Ubuntu Server

Virtual Machines

PolySync Core release packages are tested in the following virtual environments:

Virtual Machine Application Host Operating System Client Operating System
VMware Player 12 Ubuntu 14.04 Ubuntu 14.04
VirtualBox Ubuntu 14.04 Ubuntu 14.04
Parallels Mac OSX Ubuntu 14.04