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    beignet on fc21 linux doesn't seem to work

    I'm a linux user. I use Beignet/Intel. I recently fedup'd to fedora 21 (!). Suddenly I'm having trouble running OpenCL programs that have worked until now. I get these messages:

    <premain>: CommandLine Error: Argument 'sample-profile-file' defined more than once!
    <premain>: CommandLine Error: Argument 'force-ssa-updater' defined more than once!
    <premain>: CommandLine Error: Argument 'loop-unswitch-threshold' defined more than once!
    <premain>: CommandLine Error: Argument 'unroll-runtime' defined more than once!
    ...more...
    clang (LLVM option parsing): CommandLine Error: Argument 'sample-profile-file' defined more than once!
    clang (LLVM option parsing): CommandLine Error: Argument 'force-ssa-updater' defined more than once!
    clang (LLVM option parsing): CommandLine Error: Argument 'loop-unswitch-threshold' defined more than once!
    clang (LLVM option parsing): CommandLine Error: Argument 'unroll-runtime' defined more than once!
    clang (LLVM option parsing): CommandLine Error: Argument 'unroll-allow-partial' defined more than once!
    ...etc...

    Google searches with these messages bring up mostly nothing. I have asked a question on Stack Overflow but I cannot include a link. googling the messages above should bring you there, though.

    Any help would be appreciated! thanks.

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    I think the issue here is that I had mesa-opencl installed at the same time. I think you *should* be able to have both installed at the same time, but at the moment you get the errors found here if you do. Maybe a time will come in the future where two opencl implementations can exist together on fc21.

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