don't use -fpic and -mcmodel together with version 10 compiler

Reference Number : dpd200038028,  dpd200041691

Version : Intel C++ and Fortran Compilers for Intel64, version 10.1

Operating System : Linux

Problem Description :  The Intel compiler for Intel 64 Linux does not support the use of both -fpic and -mcmodel medium (or -mcmodel large) on the same command line. A typical error message might be:

relocation R_X86_64_PC32 against `xxxxxx' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with –fPIC

Resolution Status :   Versions 11 and later of the Intel compilers support the simultaneous use
of the -fpic and -mcmodel medium or large switches.

In older compilers, all parts of applications or static libraries that may use 64 bit addressing of statically allocated objects should be built using -mcmodel medium (and without -fpic). Shared libraries should be built with -fpic (and without any -mcmodel switch). Applications should be linked using -shared-intel (the shared library version of the Intel compiler runtime library is built with -fpic).

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