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harrykumar
Beginner
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Installation o Intel IPP in Debian 5

Hi All,

Anybody please explain the steps to install Intel IPP in Debian 5(kernel is 2.6.26).
I download IA-32 and try to install, it throws following error

./install.sh: line 290: /tmp/intel.pset.root.debian_08.27.10.05.05.2009/32/install.32: Permission denied
./install.sh: line 291: /tmp/intel.pset.strings.root.debian: No such file or directory
./install.sh: line 433: /tmp/intel.pset.root.debian_08.27.10.05.05.2009/32/install.32: Permission denied

Thanks
Hari
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Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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What IPP version you are trying to install? IPP 5.3? Am I right?

The install process is the same for all linux systems.
Ive attached the install_ia32.txt file to this tread.

Please pay attention on the list officially supported OS for the IPP 5.3
Linux system with glibc 2.2.4, 2.2.5, 2.2.93, 2.3.2 or 2.3.3 and the 2.4.X or 2.6.X Linux kernel as represented by the following distributions. Note: Not all distributions listed are validated and not all distributions are listed.
Red Hat* Linux 7.3, 8, 9
Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 2.1, 3, or 4
SUSE* Linux 8.2, 9.1
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 8 or 9
Debian* 4.0r1
Ubuntu* 7.10
Asianux* Server 3.0
Red Flag* 5.0
Supported C compilers (Intel IPP has been tested with the following):
Intel C++ Compiler version 9.1,10.0 and 10.1 for Linux* for IA-32 processors
Linux Developer tools component installed, including gcc, g++ and related tools.

-- Gennady
Nikolay_L_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

This prooblem looks host security setting related.
Could you also provide additional information to investigate problem?
1. IPP version and package name (or archive name if package has been downloaded)
2.OS name and version: #> cat /etc/*issue
3. Host specification: #> uname -a
4. Disk space: #> df -h ./
5. Security permissions mask: #> umask
We will investigate issue and return to you with root cause.

Thank you,
- Nikolay
Nikolay_L_Intel
Employee
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Please also try to use following workaround to install IPP:

1. please go to package folder and find the product RPM file. It should be located in sub-folder with product name. If you can't find it, please use the following command:
#> find "your_package_location" | grep *rpm
2. please install RPM file manually with one of available system tool: rpm2cpio, alien, dpkg
2.1. rpm2cpio example:
#> rpm2cpio "rpm_filename" | cpio --quiet -idmu

Thank you,
- Nikolay
harrykumar
Beginner
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Hi Nikolay,

Thanks for your reply.

I download IPP 6.1 version and create debian package from the rpm using alien command
a. alien -k intel-ipp61042ia32-6.1p-042.noarch.rpm
It throws following warning:
Warning: Skipping conversion of scripts in package intel-ipp61042ia32: postinst prerm
Warning: Use the --scripts parameter to include the scripts.
b. dpkg -i intel-ipp61042ia32_6.1p-042_all.deb

But I didnt give serial number in any place, please let me know where I have to paste the serial number.

Below I have mention the server detail for reference:
IPP version: 6.1
IPP Package: IA-32
OS name and version: Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 n l
Host specification: Linux debian 2.6.26-2-686 #1 SMP Sun Jun 21 04:57:38 UTC 2009 i686 GNU/Linux
Disk space:
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda3 454G 9.4G 422G 3% /
Security permissions mask: 0022

Thanks
Hari


Nikolay_L_Intel
Employee
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Hi Hari,

Thank you for the information. We have started investigation.

Did I understand you correctly - youhave installed the product? Please contact me if you needadditional assistance.
You do not need to enter serial number duringmanual RPM-only installation. If you would like to register your serial number and get support, please visit

https://registrationcenter.intel.com/regcenter/register.aspx

Thank you,
- Nikolay

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