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Unable to excetue Installation file

Kevin_F_1
Beginner
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Hi there,

I download the pset_opencl_runtime_14.1_x64_4.5.0.8 package and tried to install it on my linux installation.

If I am trying to use the "install.sh" script I am getting the following information.

sudo bash install.sh -v
This script installs Intel(R) Software Development Products.

Usage: install.sh [options]

    -h, --help                 print this message
    -v, --version              print version information
    -s, --silent [FILE]        run install silently, with settings in the configuration file
    -d, --duplicate [FILE]     run install interactively, record the user input into the 
                               configuration file
    -l, --lang                 set user interface language
    --cli-mode                 run install in command-line mode
    --gui-mode                 run install in graphical mode
    --user-mode                run install with current user privileges
    --signature                set public key file to validate signature
    --ignore-signature         skip signature validation
    --ignore-cpu               skip CPU model check
    --nonrpm-db-dir            set directory to store product installation database
    -t, --tmp-dir [FOLDER]     set custom temporary folder
    --SHARED_INSTALL           install to a network-mounted drive or shared file system
                               for multiple users

All provided paths must be absolute.
                               
Copyright (C) 2006-2014 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

Okey, so that means, the usage is bash install.sh --cli-mode (for example). If run this I am getting :

sudo bash install.sh --cli-mode
This script installs Intel(R) Software Development Products.

Usage: install.sh [options]

    -h, --help                 print this message
    -v, --version              print version information
    -s, --silent [FILE]        run install silently, with settings in the configuration file
    -d, --duplicate [FILE]     run install interactively, record the user input into the 
                               configuration file
    -l, --lang                 set user interface language
    --cli-mode                 run install in command-line mode
    --gui-mode                 run install in graphical mode
    --user-mode                run install with current user privileges
    --signature                set public key file to validate signature
    --ignore-signature         skip signature validation
    --ignore-cpu               skip CPU model check
    --nonrpm-db-dir            set directory to store product installation database
    -t, --tmp-dir [FOLDER]     set custom temporary folder
    --SHARED_INSTALL           install to a network-mounted drive or shared file system
                               for multiple users

All provided paths must be absolute.
                               
Copyright (C) 2006-2014 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

... the same reaction. This happend by all installation parameters. Did I do something wrong / do I need to do something particular before running the installtion script? (It has already been made execute-able).

 

Thanks in advance.

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Robert_I_Intel
Employee
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Hi Kevin,

Couple of questions?

1. Which OS are you using, which processor?

2. Where did you get your package? Have you tried https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/opencl-drivers ?

3. Have you tried just    sudo install.sh --cli-mode  ?

Thanks!

Kevin_F_1
Beginner
197 Views

Hi there,

I am using Centos 7. I got the package from here : https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/opencl-drivers#philinux

No, I have also tried the GUI mode an various "verions" of the command like ./install.sh --cli-mode; bash install.sh--cli-mode; The install_GUI.sh script. and so on, everything had the same result.

Edit1:

Also (just to be sure) I need the XeonPhi Support, thats why I (tried) to use the 14.X Version 

regards 

Kevin

 

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