Trying out icc, but the installer does not recognize installed pre-requesties. What is either the fix, or the method the installed uses to verify pre-req's?
Could you please let me know the Pre-requisites that are shown as missing while installation? Once the shown Pre-requisites are installed, go back one step in the installer and again select "Check Pre-requisites" and then it should detect the installed pre-requisites. Please feel free to let me know if you still face the same issue.
Also i wanted to ask you, whether you see the same pre-requisites shown as missing everytime or is it different everytime?
Sukruth H V
I don't know about other people. Others have had success installing a modified version for arch linux. The relevant links are
but I am not getting the all-important 'icc' command.
The pre-req's missing are 'gtk' and 'glibc'
since gtk as in gtk v. 1 has not been supported in so many years, I'm assuming it is referring to version 2. As for glibc, it is installed and updated.
Found the fix. From the modified installer, it appears 'icc' was installed, but not in a command search path folder (stuck in /opt).
It remains, however, that the official installer does not recognize standard pre-req's. It might be something to tell the maintainers about. I can't since, well, closed source.
Good to hear that the icc is working for you. Yes the default installation path under root permissions would "/opt/intel". So once you source the icc/compiler script, icc should work fine.
ex:- source /opt/intel//bin/compilervars.sh/csh