Installation Guide

  • 2021.4
  • 09/27/2021
  • Public Content

List Available Toolkits, Components, and Runtime Library Packages

Use the commands provided below to find and install specific toolkits, standalone components, standalone runtime library packages, or simply to see all available packages in a corresponding oneAPI repository:

List Toolkit Packages

To query the repository for available toolkit packages, use the following command:
YUM/DNF
:
sudo -E {yum|dnf} --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="oneAPI" list available | grep kit | grep -v runtime
Zypper
:
sudo -E zypper pa -ir oneAPI | grep kit | grep -v runtime
APT
:
sudo -E apt-cache pkgnames intel | grep kit | grep -v runtime

List Standalone Components

The oneAPI repository also contains standalone components, which are packages that provide a specific tool for cases where you do not need an entire toolkit. For these packages, if there is a <component>-runtime package, make sure to get and install both the component package and its runtime package. Not all standalone components need an additional runtime package. If you do not see a runtime package for your standalone component, then you do not need one.
To query the repository for available standalone components and their runtime packages, use the following command:
YUM/DNF
:
sudo -E {yum|dnf} --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="oneAPI" list available | grep intel-oneapi | grep -v intel-oneapi-runtime
Zypper
:
sudo -E zypper pa -ir oneAPI | grep intel-oneapi | grep -v intel-oneapi-runtime
APT
:
sudo -E apt-cache pkgnames intel | grep intel-oneapi | grep -v intel-oneapi-runtime

List Standalone Runtime Library Packages

The oneAPI repository provides standalone runtime library packages. Install these packages on systems where you run oneAPI applications but do not do development, compilation, or runtime profiling. In this case, you only need the shared libraries dynamically linked to by executables, provided by these packages.
To query the repository for available component runtime libraries, use the following command:
YUM/DNF
:
sudo -E {yum|dnf} --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="oneAPI" list available | grep intel-oneapi-runtime
Zypper
:
sudo -E zypper pa -ir oneAPI | grep intel-oneapi-runtime
APT
:
sudo -E apt-cache pkgnames intel | grep intel-oneapi-runtime

List All Packages

To query all available Intel® oneAPI packages provided in a repository, use the following command:
YUM/DNF
:
sudo -E {yum|dnf} --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="oneAPI" list available
Zypper
:
sudo -E zypper pa -ir oneAPI
APT
:
sudo -E apt-cache pkgnames intel

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