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ipp sample programs in audio-video-codecs fail to compile with Intel compiler

abalk
Beginner
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I am using the intel 10.1 compiler on Linux to build the ipp samples in audio-video-codecs. Everything compiles except for the last few things in the build32.sh script. these are

******* audio_codecs FAILED
******* audio_codec_con FAILED
******* simple_player FAILED
******* umc_video_enc_con FAILED
******* umc_h264_dec_con FAILED
******* umc_dv_dec_con FAILED


The error is the same on all:

ld: skipping incompatible /home/abalk/intel/ipp/5.3.1.062/ia32/sharedlib/libippdc.so when searching for -lippdc
ld: cannot find -lippdc
make: *** [/home/abalk/ipp/ipp-samples/audio-video-codecs/_bin/linux32_icc101/simple_player] Error 1

Why is this library incompatible? Any suggestions would be great.





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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Please sumbit your issue to Intel Premier Support.

Regards,
Vladimir

abalk
Beginner
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Just wondering, "ld" is the gnu linker. Doesn't the intel compiler have it's own linker?

Or does the intel compiler run the gnu linker by design ?

Thanks.
Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Intel compiler is responsible for generating optimized object code from your source code. To build a final application you need to involve some linker (usually, linker is part of development environment available for platform, VC200x on Windows or gcc on Linux)

Vladimir

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