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bhaas
Beginner
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Standard way to ship IPP shared libraries under Linux

In the past (IPP 5.0), we could link dynamically to IPP and simply run the IPP RTI runtime rpm on the target machine and it would all be good.
What is the new standard way of doing the same thing? There are lots of articles about dynamic linking but none of them explains how to ship the IPP shared objects alongside an app.
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Vladimir_Dudnik
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You are right, earlier we have provided precompiled IPP run-time installer with the product. Later on we have realized that for the most cases it is more appropriate for customers to have ability to define how they would like to distribute IPP libraries. Please refer to redist.txt file which is located in IPP documentation folder of your IPP installation to find what libraries you are allowed to redistribute according IPP license.

Regards,
Vladimir
Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

This is an article that discussed the Deployment of IPP library. That may provide you some help:

http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-integrated-performance-primitives-intel-ipp-for-windo...

Thanks,
Chao

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