Hello, I started running the ADAS SDK package on a Linux virtual machine, but I couldn't start it, I can't find the run file ...
Did you have this problem too?
A solution would help me ...
Thank you in advance!
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I am not exactly sure what you mean by "run file". The ADAS SDK does not require any files other than the the library binary itself and associated header files. The "one" example application does have example image files.
The SDK initialization function "FadasInit( const char *licenseKey )" asks for a string to be handed to it containing your company's license key string. As shown in the "one.cpp" example application source file,
ans = FadasInit( nullptr );
current alpha releases of the SDK do not require a valid license key string and will initialize with a nullptr.