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pporchia
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oneapi HPC toolkit 2021.2 missing file mpivars.activate.sh

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Hi everyone,

yesterday Intel pushed .deb packages of update 2021.2 for OneApi toolkits. After the update, when I source 'setvars.sh' to configure the environment, I get the error: 

"no such file or directory: /opt/intel/oneapi/intelpython/latest/etc/conda/activate.d/mpivars.activate.sh"

it turns out that 'mpivars.activate.sh' is a symlink to the file contained in the previous version of the Toolkit, but having removed the old packages (sudo apt autoremove) the original file is not there anymore. How can I obtain this file to restore the proper configuration ? Or can anybody be so kind to attach the file to a reply, or copy and paste its content ?

Thank you in advance

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pporchia
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It turns out it was enough to delete the old symlinkand create a new one which points to the most recent installation

sudo rm mpivars.activate.sh

sudo ln -s /opt/intel/oneapi/mpi/2021.2.0/etc/conda/activate.d/mpivars.activate.sh mpivars.activate.sh

Thanks

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Nikky_P_Intel
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Hello Paolo,


We sorry for the inconvenience. We recommend to install the base toolkit at first. Thus we would like to confirm if you have installed the Intel® oneAPI Base toolkit or not?



Regards,

Nikky


pporchia
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Hi Nikky,

yes, I have installed the Base toolkit before the HPC, thanks

kind regards

Paolo

pporchia
Novice
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It turns out it was enough to delete the old symlinkand create a new one which points to the most recent installation

sudo rm mpivars.activate.sh

sudo ln -s /opt/intel/oneapi/mpi/2021.2.0/etc/conda/activate.d/mpivars.activate.sh mpivars.activate.sh

Thanks

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Rachel_O_Intel
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