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How to adapte Fedora 27 to Fedora 26 libraries and install ICC?

asked 2017-12-10 12:53:39 -0500

Hi, I have installed ICC (Intel C++ Compiler) on my Fedora 26. Hopefully, everything was OK. After upgrading to Fedora 27 (I kind of regret it), I uninstalled the prior ICC 17 and downloaded ICC 18. Now I can install neither ICC 17 nor ICC 18. The problem is about different libraries. For example, ICC 18 needs libstdc++ including libstdc++6. I have checked and the library exists in /user/lib but ICC misses or the library is different ( I have no Idea). BTW, ICC 18 is planned to work with Fedora 26 and I can not install it in Fedora 27. ICC 17 was planned for Fedora 25, but, I have installed it in Fedora 26. What happened to Fedora 27? If I couldn't find a way to install ICC 18 on my Fedora 27 I will install Fedora 26 again but it needs a lot of time and I love to have the-state-of-the-art Fedora. I'm sure Fedora developers will fix it but I need the ICC right now. Is there anyone with the same experience or an expert to help me to fix the problem?

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answered 2017-12-30 05:05:12 -0500

In order to use ICC in Fedora, I have installed F26 because ICC 18 was compatible with F26. Everything was OK till I have updated the dnf system and the latest Linux firmware had a bug. BTW, I decided to have F27 and ICC together. It was the background history. THE SOLUTION was very easy. I installed F26, then I installed the latest version of ICC and updated the dnf system. Finally, I upgraded F26 to F27 using Gnome Software. I had the ICC available in F27, but, it was not working because ICC couldn't load stdc++ I installed clang and everything became OK again. Now, I have the ICC 18.0.1 in F27.

Some commands I have used: sudo dnf update, sudo dnf install clang

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