The following articles help with installation of the Intel compilers on Linux.
BEFORE you try to install the Intel compilers on a Linux host, please make sure your Linux installation has the prerequisities for the compilers.
Also, determine your needs and get the right installation tarball. Most linux users are on 64bit systems with x86_64 versions of linux installed. Do you need to create older 32bit applications? If not, download the Intel 64 ONLY tarball, the *_intel64.tgz file. Not only does this save download time, this will eliminate your need to install 32bit libraries on the development system.
The distribution-specific requirements are listed and hyperlinked below:
- Ubuntu or Debian Installation Prerequisites
- Redhat or CentOS Installation Prerequisites
- OpenSUSE or SLES/SLED Installation Prerequisites
- Fedora Core Installation Prerequisites
Once these prerequisites are satisfied, launch the Intel installer 'install.sh' in the compiler package directory and follow the prompts.
- Intel Compilers versions 11.1 and 12.0 (Composer XE 2011) for Linux Silent Installation Guide: /en-us/articles/intel-compilers-for-linux-version-111-silent-installation-guide
- Intel Compiler Pro 11.0 and 10.1 for Linux Silent Installation Guide: /en-us/articles/intel-compilers-for-linux-silent-installation-guide
- Intel Compilers for Mac OS X Silent Installation Guide: /en-us/articles/intel-compilers-for-mac-os-x-silent-installation-guide