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can't reinstall IPPs after ICC uninstall

Adriana_Gonzalez_Hai
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I installed 32 and 64b version of the IPP libraries as well as the sample code library. I theninstalled ICC.
The ipp samples were not compatible with the version of icc so I unsinstalled icc.
The ipps were originally installed in /opt/intel/ipp/... directory. The ipp directory was gone after the icc uninstall. I tried to reinstall the ipp libs but I received the message:

If you want to reinstall the Intel IPP 6.1 Update 6 for Linux* on Intel 64

architecture

please uninstall current version and run install script again.


However, since the directory is no longer there, i cannot uninstall the library.
Is there a workaround for this issue?
many thanks...
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PaulF_IntelCorp
Employee
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Hello Adriana,

Requires a little research. Will get back to you. Note that on a Linux system the /opt/intel/ipp directory contains links to the actual files. The script might be looking at the actual files and not the links.

Paul
Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Hi,

After decompress the installation package, there are some rpm files. Possibly you can try to force RPM installation:

Go to rpm folder, use rpm to install the package:

#rpm --force -ivh --nodeps --ignorearch *.rpm

Thanks,
Chao

Adriana_Gonzalez_Hai
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the rpm command above seems to have done the trick!
thanks for your help :)

Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Glad to know it works. Welcome to here if you have questions/suggestions with Intel IPP.

Thanks,
Chao
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