ENVI / ESE 5.3 and IDL 8.5 Platform and Feature Support

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ENVI/ESE 5.3 and IDL 8.5 Platform and Feature Support

ENVI 5.3 Platform Support

Platform

Hardware

Operating System

Supported Versions a

Windows

Intel/AMD 64-bit

Windows

7, 8, 10

Macintosh

Intel 64-bit

OS X

10.9, 10.10 b

Linux

Intel/AMD 64-bit

Linux

Kernel 2.6.32, glibc 2.12

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a Supported versions indicate that ENVI was either built on (the lowest version listed) or tested on that version. You can install and run ENVI on other versions that are binary-compatible with those listed.

b An X-Windows manager is required for Macintosh. ENVI was tested using XQuartz 2.7.4.

For optimal performance, your video card should have a minimum of 1 GB RAM and should support OpenGL 2.0 or later. Also be sure to install the latest drivers for your video card.

ENVI Classic also runs on Solaris 10 SPARC 64-bit platforms.

ENVI 5.3 Feature Support

The following table indicates which platforms support the corresponding feature. ENVI technologies not listed in this table are assumed to work on all supported platforms.

Feature Windows Mac OS X Linux
32-bit mode 64-bit 64-bit 64-bit
Connecting and saving to a geodatabase a, b

FLAASH® c

Chip to ArcMap™ software a

Chip to Print Layout view a

Chip to PowerPoint®

ENVI Tools for ArcGIS a, b

Generate Point Clouds by Dense Image Matching d

LiDARe

Map Layout view (File > Print) a

NITF/NSIF Module

Reading OGC GeoPackage files

Rigorous Orthorectification d

Send files to ArcMap™ software a, b

Reading ECW files a

Reading MrSID files

THOR Tools

a Windows users: these functions only run in 32-bit mode. If you have a 64-bit PC and you want to use these functions, run ENVI in 32-bit mode from the Windows Start menu.

b Supported on ArcGIS for Desktop 10.2 and 10.3.

c FLAASH® is included with the Atmospheric Correction Module, which requires a separate license. The QUick Atmospheric Correction tool (QUAC) is also included with the module and runs on all platforms that ENVI supports.

d Requires a separate license for the ENVI Photogrammetry Module.

e Supported through the ENVI API only. The ENVI Lidar user interface is not available on Linux.

ENVI Services Engine 5.3 Platform Support

Platform

Hardware

Operating System

Supported Versions

Windows Intel/AMD 64-bit
7, 8, Server 2008, 10
UNIX Intel/AMD 64-bit Linux
Kernel 2.6.32, glibc 2.12, GTK+ 2.4.13

IDL 8.5 Platform Support

Platform

Hardware

Operating System

Supported Versions a

Windows

Intel/AMD 64-bit

Windows

7, 8, 10

Macintosh

Intel 64-bit

OS X

10.9, 10.10 b

UNIX

Intel/AMD 64-bit

Linux

Kernel 2.6.32, glibc 2.12

SPARC 64-bit

Solaris

10

Intel/AMD 64-bit

IDL Help requires an HTML5-compatible browser.

a Supported versions indicate that IDL was either built on (the lowest version listed) or tested on that version. You can install and run IDL on other versions that are binary-compatible with those listed.

b An X-Windows manager is required for Macintosh. IDL was tested using XQuartz 2.7.4.

IDL 8.5 Feature Support

Feature

Windows

OS X

Linux

Solaris

Intel 32-bit
mode

Intel 64-bit

Intel 64-bit

Intel 64-bit

SPARC 64-bit

Intel 64-bit

COM Object–Export (via Export Bridge Assistant)

 

 

 

 

COM Object–Import (IDLcomIDispatch object)

 

 

 

 

 

DataMiner

 

 

DICOM Network Services

 

 

 

 

DICOM Read/Write (IDLffDicomEx object)

 

 

 

DICOM Read (IDLffDICOM object)

 

DXF file format (IDLffDXF object)

 

 

 

 

 

GRIB_* routines

 

 

Internationalization (I18N_*)
conversion routines

 

 

 

 

IDL Advanced Math and Stats
(IMSL Numerical Library)

 

 

IDL Workbench

 

 

JPIP (IDLnetJPIP)

 

MrSID (IDLffMrSID)

 

 

 

 

 

Video Read (IDLffVideoRead)

 

 

Video Write (IDLffVideoWrite)

 

 

Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs)

 

 

 

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