Redistributable Libraries for Intel® C++ and Fortran 2017 Compilers for Linux*

Overview

This article contains links to the redistributable installation packages for Intel® C++ and Fortran Compilers for Linux*.

If you are looking for other versions, please go to Redistributable Libraries by Version.

The redistributable packages are for the end users who use applications that are built with Intel Compilers. Please note that there is one redistributable package for every compiler update. Make sure you download and install the one recommended by the application vendor.

OS requirement for redistributable packages

Please read the Release Notes of the update for supported OS distributions:

Installation instructions

First of all, use following command to untar the .tgz file:
       $tar -xzvf l_comp_lib_2017.0.098_comp.cpp_redist.tgz

To start the installation, run following shell command:
       $. ./l_comp_lib_2017.0.098_comp.cpp_redist/install.sh

The installation shell program (install.sh) of the redistributable package will guide you through the installation. You will need to accept the EULA and the installation will install all the libraries to the following directory. But you can change the installation directory.

For the redistributable package, the default installation directory is
        $HOME/intel/

Links to the redistributable packages

Intel® C++ Compiler 2017 for Linux*Intel® Fortran Compiler 2017 for Linux*
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References

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