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  • 10/29/2021
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Step 3: Download and Install the Package

In this step, you will download and unpack the Intel® TCC Tools package on your development host system.
  1. If you haven’t already downloaded the package, click the
    option from the Intel® TCC Tools page.
  2. On your development host system, make the package shell script executable. Replace
    as appropriate.
    chmod +x ./l_tcc_tools_<version>
  3. Extract the installer into the current directory. Replace
    as appropriate.
    ./l_tcc_tools_<version> -x -f ./
    You may not see any output on the screen for about 30 seconds.
  4. Go to the directory containing the extracted files. Replace
    as appropriate.
    cd l_tcc_tools_<version>_offline
  5. Make the install shell script executable:
    chmod +x ./
  6. The following command will install the files in the following locations:
    • If the command is executed without root privileges:
    • If the command is executed with root privileges:
    In this command, you are accepting the end user license agreement (EULA). To view the license, go to
    or Intel End User License Agreement for Developer Tools.
    Run the following command to install the files:
    ./ --action=install --eula=accept --intel-sw-improvement-program-consent=no --silent
    After you have installed the product using the above command, the
    referenced in the EULA is available in
  7. Source the environment file to set up environment variables for installed Intel products, including Intel® TCC Tools. Subsequent steps use these environment variables. Make sure to continue to use this terminal window to complete subsequent steps. If you use a new terminal window, you will need to run this command again to set up environment variables in the new window.
    source ~/intel/tcc_tools/latest/env/
    The Developer Guide contains a list of the environment variables that are set: Set Up Environment Variables.

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