The Intel 64 shared library, do you mean the IPP 7.0.6 or IPP 7.0.7 for linux, right?
And your question have been escalated to IPP developer. Hope get back to you soon.
The problem is likely one or more assembler (.s) files that lack the following line, which icc/icpc/... puts at the end of the assembler output:
This indicates that the .s code does not need an executable stack. The linux linker default is to mark its output "execstack" unless *all* the objectsin the link have this note.
(The MKL library has many 100s of machine-generated .s files that neglect this detail.)