This article makes available third-party libraries and sources that were used in the creation of Intel® Software Development Products. Intel provides this software pursuant to their applicable licenses.
Products and Versions:
Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector for Linux* and Windows*
- gcc-4.4.7-16.zip (which contains gcc-4.4.7-16.el6.src.rpm) [50 MB] (Linux* only)
- glibc-2.12-1.166.zip (which contains glibc-2.12-1.166.el6.src.rpm) [16 MB] (Linux* only)
- libelf-0.8.13.tar.gz [146 KB] (Linux* only)
- libdwarf-20190110.tar.gz [8 MB] (Linux* only)
- qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.8.7.tar.gz [229 MB]
- elfutils-0.175.tar.bz2 [8.4 MB]
Note: The packages posted here are unmodified copies from the respective distributor/owner and are made available for ease of access. Download or installation of those is not required to operate any of the Intel® Software Development Products. The packages are provided as is, without warranty or support.
Note: While all files shipped with The Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector package are covered under the Intel EULA, the following libraries are also distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL): libdwarf, libelf, and Qt. Note that when linking your MPI application with the tool, you implicitly link with those LGPL libraries. Linkage can occur either statically (e.g. libdwarf.a) or dynamically (e.g. libdwarf.so) via the –trace option for the Intel® MPI Library compiler wrappers (e.g. mpiicc). Be aware of the licensing implications of linking these libraries in your application prior to distribution.