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c_43
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Broken links for MPX GCC version on the Intel server?

I'm not sure where else to post issues with downloads so I'm just posting it here. At the following URL https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-software-development-emulator#gcc I'm trying to download the patched version of GCC. The download, however, stops before it is finished. I have tried to download these files from different physical systems, using e.g. Firefox and wget; just to exclude issues on my side. Is there any more recent static version of GCC with MPX available? I tried to download the source from a different URL (https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Intel%20MPX%20support%20in%20the%20GCC%20compiler), however this source failed to compile on my particular system.

 

The files that I have trouble downloading are:

 

gcc-avx512-mpx-sha-src.tar.bz2

gcc-x86-64-static-avx512-mpx-sha.tar.bz2

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antonio_m_
Beginner
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Hello,

using the package gcc-x86-64-static-avx512-mpx-sha.tar.bz2 I was able to get a assembly code of a program with MPX instructions. However I can't get the executable because I need binutils.

Does anyone have the package already compiled or the instructions to compile it?
(I tried to apply this patch https://sourceware.org/ml/binutils/2013-07/msg00233.html without success)

Thanks

Harold_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi C-43,

I am moving this thread over to https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-isa-extensions

I have sent you a private message re: download issues.

Regards, Hal G
Intel(R) Developer Zone Support

http://software.intel.com
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c_43
Beginner
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antonio m. wrote:

Hello,

using the package gcc-x86-64-static-avx512-mpx-sha.tar.bz2 I was able to get a assembly code of a program with MPX instructions. However I can't get the executable because I need binutils.

Does anyone have the package already compiled or the instructions to compile it?
(I tried to apply this patch https://sourceware.org/ml/binutils/2013-07/msg00233.html without success)

Thanks

Binutils you can get from http://www.gnu.org/software/binutils/ I believe I simply compiled the master branch, the patch should not be needed. The master branch appears to contains MPX support, e.g. at least since commit ccd8f4a84d05fe0e25afe90e73a268e0492f7646 MPX functionality appears to be present.