Source code and makefiles , CMake or GNUmakefile , for Intel's Integrated Performance Primitives(IPP) 64 bit Linux shared objects and

Where can one find source code and makefiles , CMake or GNUmakefile , for Intel's Integrated Performance Primitives(IPP) 64 bit Linux shared objects and , which are used for image compression and video coding?
  Alternatively, where can one find the 64 bit Linux precompiled binaries, and
   I downloaded an 30 day evaluation copy of Intel's iPP Composer edition and have not found amd in this distribution.
   Thank you.
camster123Senior C++ Software EngineerAsked:
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camster123Senior C++ Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
       Thank you for your nice comment earlier today. I enrolled today in Intel's  Community License program for Integrated Performance Primitives for Linux and downloaded their distribution. Then, I ran ./ Afterwards, I looked in /opt/intel/ipp for and and could not find them.
        Would you know how I can build or obtain and
        Finally, would members of Intel's Free Software Tools programs be able to get the source code and/or makefiles required to build and
        Thank you very much.
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