Developer Guide

  • 2021.2
  • 06/11/2021
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Uninstall Intel® TCC Tools

You can uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from your host and target.

Host System

To uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from your host system:
  1. Uninstall the host package:
    cd l_tcc_tools_p_<version>_offline ./install.sh --action=remove --silent
  2. (Optional) Run one of the following commands to remove the Intel® TCC Tools folder and all files that were created when you worked with the product:
    • If you ran the installation without
      sudo
      , run the following command:
      sudo rm -rf ~/intel/oneapi/tcc_tools
    • If you ran the installation with
      sudo
      , run the following command:
      sudo rm -rf /opt/intel/oneapi/tcc_tools

Target System

To uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from the target system:
  1. Disable the Real-Time Configuration Manager (RTCM) and revert the cache to the original state. This will remove the cache and software SRAM configuration generated by Intel® TCC Tools. The system will reboot.
    For systems running the PR1 release of the Yocto Project*-based BSP for Intel Atom® x6000E Series processors, run:
    /usr/share/tcc_tools/scripts/setup_ssram_v1/tcc_setup_ssram.sh disable
    For other systems, run:
    /usr/share/tcc_tools/scripts/setup_ssram/tcc_setup_ssram.sh disable
  2. Run one of the following commands to uninstall:
    • To remove Intel® TCC Tools files only:
      ~/.tcc_tools/tcc_setup.py -u
    • To remove Intel® TCC Tools files and all files that were created when you worked with the product:
      ~/.tcc_tools/tcc_setup.py -u -f
  3. (Optional) Remove Intel® TCC Tools install script folders from the home directory:
    rm -rf ~/.tcc_tools
  4. Disable Intel® TCC Tools BIOS options.
When the Data Streams Optimizer option in the BIOS is disabled, the configuration selected by the data streams optimizer tool will not be applied for consecutive reboots. However, the configuration capsule will be kept in the BIOS and can be reactivated when the Data Streams Optimizer option is enabled. If you want to remove the capsule, re-flash the BIOS.

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.