When installing the Linux* packages via RPM, the installation will fail due to dependency errors, such as:
intel-comp-l-all-common-031 = 16.0 is needed by intel-comp-l-all-031-16.0.0-0.i486
In order to install via rpm, use
rpm –uv --nodeps [RPMs_to_install]
Where [RPMS_to_install] is either individual RPMs to be installed or a wildcard representation of all RPMs to install. This will allow installation to proceed normally.
If you are installing any of the Intel® Software Development Products on a system with no internet connectivity, internet activation will not work. Additionally, if you have a firewall that prevents online activation, you can fall back to offline activation.
Intel® Math Kernel Library contains many different components which support several target platforms, programming languages, threading models etc. In the previous versions on MKL, users installed all of these components as there was no option to ignore the components they do not need.
In the latest version of Intel® MKL ( v.11.1 ) there is a new installation option which allows a user to select the list of components he/she will need and install only these ones.
All Intel® Software Development Products have the following format:
All Intel® Software Development Products have a unique Intel serial number. However, you do not need a serial number for the free 30-day product evaluation. To find your Intel® Software serial number for products you have registered follow Steps 1 to Step 3 mentioned in the bottom of this article.
For products you haven't registered, follow the appropriate instructions below for the type of products purchased: