When installing the Linux* packages via RPM, the installation will fail due to dependency errors, such as:
intel-comp-l-all-common-031 = 16.0 is needed by intel-comp-l-all-031-16.0.0-0.i486
In order to install via rpm, use
rpm –uv --nodeps [RPMs_to_install]
Where [RPMS_to_install] is either individual RPMs to be installed or a wildcard representation of all RPMs to install. This will allow installation to proceed normally.
This article tries to explain how to establish a data network (using ppp) by connecting a GPRS shield to the Intel® Edison board. An active T-Mobile SIM is being used in the shield.
Enable PPP in Kernel
Enable PPP in the Kernel and install ppp related packages.
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In this article, we are enabling and using Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives(IPP), Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks(TBB) and Intel(R) C++ Compiler(ICC) on Linux ( Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit ). We will build and run one of the examples that comes with IPP and apply TBB and ICC on the example to observe the performance improvement of using Intel(R) System Studio features.
The Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) is a cross-architecture productivity suite that provides developers with tools, support, and IDE integration to create high-performance C++/Java* applications for Windows* on Intel® architecture and Android* on ARM* and Intel® architecture.
Starting with Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) 9.0, the Intel® IPP Generated Transforms (ippGEN) domain functions are legacy. This domain was generated by the Spiral tool*. This domain won't be optimized for new architectures (the latest optimizations are targeted for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions)and any newly detected performance and stability issues won't be fixed.
Here are some alternatives to substitute ippGEN functionality used in your application: