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Install on Gentoo??

chad_ata
Beginner
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Hi all,

I'm trying to install IPP on Gentoo. I emerged the RPM tools and ran the install script, but I got the following error:

error: Failed dependencies:
/bin/sh is needed by intel-ipp_common_ia32-5.1p-16

I have sh and it's in the /bin directory. So what's the problem??
Please help! I'd like to figure this out before my trial license expires =]

Thanks,
Chad
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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Hello Chad,

I remember there was a question about installation of IPP on Gentoo Linux. Could you please check suggestions we provided for that case (not sure it work, we do not support Gentoo Linux, so we did not test it)

Can't install in Gentoo box

Regards,
Vladimir

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clemens_rabe
Beginner
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Hello Chad,



since Gentoo is not based on rpms it has some difficulties with the dependencies. Simply use the --nodeps option for installation without dependency checking. On my system the commands are:



rpm -i --nodeps intel-ipp_common_ia32*.rpm

rpm -i --nodeps intel-ipp_ia32*.rpm



After that IPP can be found in the /opt/intel/ directory.





Regards,

Clemens
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chad_ata
Beginner
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Awesome. The rpms extracted. Thanks Clemens!
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