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Free evaluation of Intel(R) C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Mac OS* X

gennadii_mog
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Hello all.

I have downloaded Intel C Compiler Professional Edition for Mac OS* X.
After that I installed it and run build32.sh from ipp-samples folder.
I received a message:

Error: A license for CCompM could not be obtained (-1,359,2).
Is your license file in the right location and readable?
The location of your license file should be specified via the $INTEL_LICENSE_FILE environment variable.

While installation I checked a trial (31 days period) version.
Can I compile any project without license using?

Best regards,
Gennadii
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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You are not forced to compile IPP samples by Intel Compiler only. The build procedure for IPP samples should also support gcc on Mac OS.

Vladimir
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gennadii_mog
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You are not forced to compile IPP samples by Intel Compiler only. The build procedure for IPP samples should also support gcc on Mac OS.

Vladimir

But when I try to compile with gcc4 I receive next message:

Found compiler gcc4 ( gcc4 ) is /usr
Compiler environment is loaded
OpenMP support for this compiler: NO
IPP environment found at
/Users/sergeymalyuk/Desktop/ipp-samples/tools/env/tools.sh: line 448: .: filename argument required
.: usage: . filename [arguments]

What should I do?
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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What IPP sample you are trying to build? Do you follow recomendations specified in the sample's 'How To Build' section of readme.htm file?

Vladimir
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gennadii_mog
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What IPP sample you are trying to build? Do you follow recomendations specified in the sample's 'How To Build' section of readme.htm file?

Vladimir

I have successfully installed IPP library. Then I saved IPPROOT environment variable to /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp.

After that I want to compile audio-video-codecs from ipp-samples. For this I change current directory to audio-video-codecs and run:
./build32.sh gcc4

In ReleaseNotes.htm these steps of building are described. In result I receive next message:

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Test : audio-video-codecs build Fri Feb 27 04:20:15 PM 2009
|Hostname : someuser.local
|Function : no
|Description : building audio-video-codecs sample
|Class : Information
|Source : /Users/someuser/Desktop/ipp-samples/audio-video-codecs
|Executable : build32.sh
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Found compiler gcc4 ( gcc4 ) is /usr
Compiler environment is loaded
OpenMP support for this compiler: NO
IPP environment found at
/Users/someuser/Desktop/ipp-samples/tools/env/tools.sh: line 448: .: filename argument required
.: usage: . filename [arguments]

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|-FAILED audio-video-codecs Fri Feb 27 04:20:15 PM 2009
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

thanks
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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It seems you have an issue with IPP environment settings. Do you have IPPROOT environment variable set in your system?

When everything is OK, the build log should have something like this:

IPP environment found at /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
IPP environment is loaded

instead of
IPP environment found at

Vladimir
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gennadii_mog
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It seems you have an issue with IPP environment settings. Do you have IPPROOT environment variable set in your system?

When everything is OK, the build log should have something like this:

IPP environment found at /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
IPP environment is loaded

instead of
IPP environment found at

Vladimir

Yes, I have it:
someuser:audio-video-codecs someuser$ echo $IPPROOT
/opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp
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Chao_Y_Intel
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Hello,

This problem looks that the building script can not find IPP enviroment.

If you excute the following command line, what you can find?

>source /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars32.sh

Also which version of Intel IPP sample code are you using?

Thanks,
Chao

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gennadii_mog
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Hello,

This problem looks that the building script can not find IPP enviroment.

If you excute the following command line, what you can find?

>source /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars32.sh

Also which version of Intel IPP sample code are you using?

Thanks,
Chao


When I execute this command I don't see any output. Version of IPP sample 6.0.0.109.

thanks
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Chao_Y_Intel
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I checked the 6.0.0.109 release (m_ipp-samples_p_6.0.0.109.tgz). It can build without problem.
can you help to provide some dubug information about the sample building script?
I attached a fixed tools.sh file. It will help to print some some debug information.
please rename the file: /ipp-samples/tools/env/tools.sh and copy the attached tools.sh into that folder.

It is correctly executed. It will print the the following information.
Can you let us know what you get there?

....
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Test : audio-video-codecs build Tue Mar 03 04:15:43 PM 2009
|Hostname : Macintosh-0017F20210F6.private
|Function : no
|Description : building audio-video-codecs sample
|Class : Information
|Source : /Users/cyu3/ipp-samples/audio-video-codecs
|Executable : build32.sh
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Found compiler gcc4 ( gcc4 ) is /usr
Compiler environment is loaded
OpenMP support for this compiler: NO
ippenv:
sampe_ipenv: ippvars.sh
ippenv: ippvars.sh
ippenv: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/ippvars.sh
ippenv: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
ippenv: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
ippenv: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/059/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
IPP environment found at /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/056/Frameworks/ipp/tools/env/ippvars.sh
IPP environment is loaded
All necessary packages and requred compilers are checked
Environment is setup. Build process is started. Please wait build results ...

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