Problem installing

Problem installing

I downloaded the noncommercial/evaluation licensed Fortran for Linux. I received a license file as an attachment in email. I placed this license file in a licenses directory as a subdirectory of the install directory. I set the environment variable
export INTEL_LICENSE_FILE=/opt/intel/fortran/licenses/
and then I tried
export INTEL_LICENSE_FILE=/opt/intel/fortran/licenses/l_for_08767514.lic

Neither worked, when I run ./install it immediately complains that no valid license file has been found and dies.

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Steve

Steve

You have to install the license file in the directory /opt/intel/licenses. I think with the newer versions of ifc you do not need to specify an extra environment variable for the license directory path any more.

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thorium90

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