I am installling cilk_8503-i686.release.tar.gz which I have previouslty downloaded. My OS is Ubuntu 11.04.
When I was following the prompts it said that I have an unsupported OS. I have previously installed Intel Cilk++ and there was no problem. I ignored the message and directed the installer to treat it like a Debian install. It gave the option to go on and I did.
I am at the stage where I have to give the command
source install-dir/bin/compilervars.sh ia32
I have a bash shell. I cannot find the files. The subdirectory is loaded with *.rpm files which of course I do not want.
What happened? I do not remember such a complicated install when I did this in 2010. I cannot find
the /bin/ directory that the command refers to.
I have a lot of *.rpm files which I do not need. The software did say installation was successful so I guess something went correctly. I just cannot perform the last command.
I may have to uninstall and start agin - how do I uninstall? I think it is the only thing left. Maybe, I can save the install if I can find compilervar.sh and the right /bin/ directory. I am using 32 bit Ubuntu 11.04.
This was easier in 2010.
Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.