Intel® C++ Compiler for Linux* - Install reports that a supported browser was not found

Symptom(s):

This is applicable if you're using the 9.1 version of the compiler, as in version 10.x, 10.x, and the latest 11.0 releases,  the common Eclipse* base components (the Eclipse* Platform Binary, Eclipse* C/C++ Development Tools* (CDT), and a JRE) are no longer provided in the compiler kit.

When installing Eclipse* component on some Linux* distributions using the 9.1 version of the compiler, you may see the following message:

The Eclipse component is being installed... The installation program was not able to find required versions of the supported Web Browsers, Mozilla* (1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7) or Firefox* (1.0). Install one of the required versions of Web Browser later and make it your default Web Browser.

Cause:

The installation script doesn't recognize the existing web browsers.

Solution:

You can safely ignore the above message. It will not affect the functionality of Eclipse* or Intel® C++ Compiler's plug-in to Eclipse; but you may encounter problems when viewing some HTML documentation. Please check www.eclipse.org† for troubleshooting the problems.

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