Developer Guide

  • 2022.1
  • 09/08/2022
  • Public
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Uninstall Intel® TCC Tools

You can uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from your host and target.

Host System

To uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from your host system:
  1. Uninstall the host package:
    cd l_tcc_tools_<version>_offline ./install.sh --action=remove --silent
  2. (Optional) Run one of the following commands to remove the Intel® TCC Tools folder and all files that were created when you worked with the product:
    • If you ran the installation without
      sudo
      , run the following command:
      sudo rm -rf ~/intel/tcc_tools
    • If you ran the installation with
      sudo
      , run the following command:
      sudo rm -rf /opt/intel/tcc_tools

Target System

To uninstall Intel® TCC Tools from the target system:
  1. Disable the Real-Time Configuration Manager (RTCM) and revert the cache to the original state. This will remove the cache and software SRAM configuration generated by Intel® TCC Tools. The system will reboot.
    • On systems with UEFI BIOS, run the script:
      /usr/share/tcc_tools/scripts/setup_ssram/tcc_setup_ssram.sh disable
    • On systems with SBL, follow these steps manually:
      1. Run the script to disable tcc_driver
        /usr/share/tcc_tools/scripts/setup_ssram/control_tcc_driver.sh disable
      2. Run the script to disable RTCM
        /usr/share/tcc_tools/scripts/setup_ssram/control_rtcm_sbl.sh disable
  2. Run one of the following commands to uninstall:
    • To remove Intel® TCC Tools files only:
      ~/.tcc_tools/tcc_setup.py -u
    • To remove Intel® TCC Tools files and all files that were created when you worked with the product:
      ~/.tcc_tools/tcc_setup.py -u -f
  3. (Optional) Remove Intel® TCC Tools install script folders from the home directory:
    rm -rf ~/.tcc_tools
  4. On systems with UEFI BIOS, disable Intel® TCC Tools BIOS options. For systems running SBL, reflash the original SBL image.

Product and Performance Information

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