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Installation Intel OneAPI BaseKit symbolic link

VincentP
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Hello,

I have tried several times the installation of the intel oneapi BaseKit on my linux Ubuntu 20.04 system. I want to install the toolkit local, so I downloaded the file "l_BaseKit_p_2021.2.0.2883_offline.sh".

First I made the bash file executable with the terminal command:
chmod +x l_BaseKit_p_2021.2.0.2883_offline.sh

Then I start the installation with the following command (I tried several options)

sudo ./l_BaseKit_p_2021.2.0.2883_offline.sh -s -a --silent --eula accept

Everytime I get the error that symbolic links cannot be created. See following example (in german)

tar: ./libQt5Core.so: Kann keine symbolische Verknüpfung zu „„libQt5Core.so.5.15.2““ anlegen: Vorgang nicht zulässig

Does anyone have a solution?

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NilenduD_Intel
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Vincent, please follow the steps provided in the below link for a successful installation


Link - https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/documentation/installation-guide-for-intel-oneapi-toolkits-linux/top.html


Kindly let us know if your issue persists.


Best Regards,

Nilendu


VincentP
Beginner
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Hi Nilendu,

thanks for your answer. I have already followed the installation guide to which you refer with the link.

The problem is still there.

In the Prerequisites in the guide it says that I have to install the GPU drivers:

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/documentation/installation-guide-for-intel-oneapi-toolkits-linux/top/prerequisites.html#prerequisites

For that I followed the following installation guide:

https://dgpu-docs.intel.com/installation-guides/ubuntu/ubuntu-focal.html

I have to check if I have permissions to access files /dev/dri/render* and dev/dri/card*. If I type this in the terminal it prints out "no authorization". The guide says that means that my user account is a member of the render group. So therefore I type the command "groups ${USER}" in the terminal and this says that I'm a member of the render group. I don't know if this is a problem, but I wanted to mention it once.

Best regards

NilenduD_Intel
Moderator
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Vincent, we apologize for the delay, we have installed the free product of Intel® oneAPI Base toolkit in all possible ways and it is working fine.


Please uninstall the previously installed version and try a fresh installation:



Please try the above and let us know if your issue persists.


NilenduD_Intel
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Vincent, we are blocking this thread since there was no response from your end. If you have any further queries or concerns, please open a new community topic. 


Link: https://community.intel.com/t5/Development-Suites/ct-p/development-suites



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