I have a new Jetson TK1 where my application requires a compiler better than GCC 4.8.2 (preferably gcc5 but 4.9.2 works) due to its use of C++11/14, OpenMP, and other primitives. I’m also running GNURadio, which requires Fortran. The purpose of my TK1 is to test-develop the potential of incorporating OpenCL in my application.
There are a lot of posts regarding flashing the TK1 but it’s not clear what is relevant. So I’m asking these questions:
What Linux is available that will run on the TK1 with a relatively newer version of Linux and kernel with a newer version of GCC and will run OpenCL?
Where do I get it and how do I install it?
Repercussions of doing this?
Currently I run Ubuntu 15.04, and in one case 15.10, on my other platforms for my application. I could add a package, such as gcc-4.9-base, but generally that confuses compilation and run-time (e.g., having to alter LD_LIBRARY_PATH) and not desired.