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Python installation (standalone and in BaseKit) fail on Linux

drmiket7777
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Hello,

 

I am trying to install the latest 1-api offline Basekit or standalone Python (intel.oneapi.lin.python3.product,v=2022.1.0-214) but all fail with the following message:

Unable to complete installation
  Suggestion: Close & Relaunch the installer

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    (include log file in your support ticket):

  Log file:
    /tmp/mtml/intel_oneapi_installer/2022.05.11.15.50.38.885/installer.insta
    ll.intel.oneapi.lin.python3.product,v=2022.1.0-214.2022.05.11.15.50.58.4
    51140.log

  The following errors occurred:
  Installation of component has failed.                                        X
  Component id: intel.oneapi.lin.python3, name: Intel® Distribution for Python |
  *, version: 2022.1.0-214.                                                    |
  During the execution of the application '/home/mtml/intel/installercache/dow |
  nloadcache/intel.oneapi.lin.python3,v=2022.1.0-214/exec_script.sh' with argu |
  ments '/home/mtml/software/x86_64/RHEL7/intel/oneapi' errors were received:' |
  : No such file or directory                 

I am attaching the log file from standalone Python installation.  Similar problem arises when the Basekit tries to install Python.

I am using the command line install : ./installer... -a -c

on Linux (CentOS Linux release 7.9.2009 (Core))

 

thank you

Michael

Can you please provide a workaround?

 

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drmiket7777
New Contributor I
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Hello,

 

I tried to install the “l_pythoni39_oneapi_p_2022.1.0.214.sh” after clearing ~/intel but it again failed.

I rerun the “l_pythoni39_oneapi_p_2022.1.0.214.sh” with “—ignore-errors" and it finished 

without errors on the stdout/stderr . (!!!!)

 

Here is what was installed:

$ tree -d -L  3    /data/saet/mtml/software/x86_64/RHEL7/intel/intelpython/

/data/saet/mtml/software/x86_64/RHEL7/intel/intelpython/

├── compiler

│   ├── 2022.1.0

│   │   ├── env

│   │   ├── lib

│   │   ├── licensing

│   │   ├── linux

│   │   ├── modulefiles

│   │   └── sys_check

│   └── latest -> 2022.1.0

├── conda_channel

│   ├── bin

│   ├── linux-32

│   ├── linux-64

│   └── noarch

├── dal

│   ├── 2021.6.0

│   │   ├── env

│   │   ├── lib

│   │   └── licensing

│   └── latest -> 2021.6.0

├── intelpython

│   ├── latest -> python3.9

│   └── python3.9

│       ├── bin

│       ├── condabin

│       ├── conda-meta

│       ├── env

│       ├── envs

│       ├── etc

│       ├── include

│       ├── lib

│       ├── lib64

│       ├── libexec

│       ├── licensing

│       ├── pkgs

│       ├── setup_scripts

│       ├── share

│       ├── shell

│       └── ssl

├── ipp

│   ├── 2021.6.0

│   │   ├── env

│   │   ├── lib

│   │   └── licensing

│   └── latest -> 2021.6.0

├── licensing

│   ├── 2022.1.0

│   └── latest -> 2022.1.0

├── logs

├── mkl

│   ├── 2022.1.0

│   │   ├── env

│   │   ├── lib

│   │   ├── licensing

│   │   └── modulefiles

│   └── latest -> 2022.1.0

├── mpi

│   ├── 2021.6.0

│   │   ├── bin

│   │   ├── env

│   │   ├── etc

│   │   ├── lib

│   │   ├── libfabric

│   │   ├── licensing

│   │   └── modulefiles

│   └── latest -> 2021.6.0

└── tbb

    ├── 2021.6.0

    │   ├── env

    │   ├── include

    │   ├── lib

    │   ├── licensing

    │   └── modulefiles

    └── latest -> 2021.6.0

 

74 directories

 

 

Rachel_O_Intel
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Hi,


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Rachel


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