bash intel linux setup

bash intel linux setup

Dear intel linux user,

The fortran ifort does not work on my bash. 

As I usually do in my ubuntu, I have opened the bash.bashrc file and I have put the following line:

source /opt/intel/bin/compilervars.sh intel64
source /opt/intel/mkl/bin/mklvars.sh intel64 mod lp64
export PATH

The problem is that the ifort does not work. I have already tried to restart ubuntu.

The is the message:

ifort: command not found

What do you think the problem could be?

thanks a lot

 

 

 

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Could you try the settings individually on command line to see where it goes wrong?
If the first source command works, possibly a later one is breaking it. If not, possibly you don't have a working symlink in /opt/intel/bin. I usually run find in /opt/intel to see which compilervars.sh I will require.

Dear Tim, Dear intel linux user,

I find the error, it was an ubuntu error. Ubuntu 14.04 needs to shut down to have the new bash configuration, the only restart is not enough.

Thanks a lot

 

dear intel user,

now I have this error in "Checking the prerequisites"

/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.SMDhGI: 2358: local: intel-vtune-amplifier-xe-doc-243421-13.1-0.noarch: bad variable name
/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.SMDhGI: 2358: local: intel-vtune-amplifier-xe-doc-243421-13.1-0.noarch: bad variable name
/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.vMpReZ: 2358: local: intel-inspector-xe-cli-242865-13.1-0.x86_64: bad variable name
/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.vMpReZ: 2358: local: intel-inspector-xe-cli-242865-13.1-0.x86_64: bad variable name
/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.B7jElM: 2358: local: intel-advisor-xe-cli-242805-13.1-0.x86_64: bad variable name
/tmp/install.SScuJX/li_gen_bash.B7jElM: 2358: local: intel-advisor-xe-cli-242805-13.1-0.x86_64: bad variable name

What can I do to fix it?

Diego

 

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