License for installing dev-libs/intel-common on Gentoo

License for installing dev-libs/intel-common on Gentoo

Hi Support,

I'm installing icc/ifc with portage on Gentoo, but the two packages require the dev-libs/intel-common installed. I can find the licenses for icc/ifc/mkl on the website, because there ARE relevant products listed on the site http://software.intel.com/en-us/non-commercial-software-development . But I cannot find what product I should register to get the license for dev-libs/intel-common. The installing would not move on without that license. So could you give any suggest? Thank you.

btw, I saw the post http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/354581 , the package dev-libs/intel-common is mentioned there, but I cannot find the product relevant to that package.

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For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

Intel compilers do not support installation via Portage.  Use the install script install.sh for installation.

Also, if you have the combined 32/64 bit package (the default download) make sure your Gentoo installation has all of the 32bit development tools, headers, libraries otherwise the Intel installer may not work.  To test this, get a hello_world.c and compile in 32bit mode with gcc:

gcc -m32 -o hello hello_world.c

run it

make sure it's a 32bit binary:   file ./hello

IF you don't know how to set up Gentoo for 32bit development, then download the l_*_intel64.tgz 64bit only package and install just the 64bit components.

Gentoo is not an officially supported distro, though many users apparently have figure out how to get it working.

ron

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