Reinstalling Intel Composer XE 2013 for Linux

Reinstalling Intel Composer XE 2013 for Linux

Hi. I'm having trouble installing ifort 2013 on a ubuntu 12.04 system.

The first time I installed it, it showed several "sh: Syntax error: Bad fd number" messages at the begining of installation. But the installation was done anyway. However, all of the compilervars.sh (and similar) files are zero-length.

I tried the solution provided in http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/326646

Now there was no Bad fd numberr message, but instead it shows "The Intel(R) Composer XE 2013 for Linux* is already installed." and
the installation cannot be completed.

I tried to ran the uninstall.sh but it still doesn't work. I found a similar problem in http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/286581

I ran the command   rpm -qa | grep intel  and found the following files:
intel-openmp-devel-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-compilerpro-vars-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-compilerprof-common-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-compilerprof-devel-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-sourcechecker-devel-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-idbcdt-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-mkl-common-079-11.0-0.noarch
intel-mkl-devel-079-11.0-0.i486
intel-openmp-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-compilerpro-common-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-compilerpro-devel-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-compilerprof-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-sourcechecker-common-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-idb-common-079-13.0-0.noarch
intel-idb-079-13.0-0.i486
intel-mkl-079-11.0-0.i486

Should I delete all these files? If so, how am I supposed to do it? As I know, ubuntu is not a rpm-based system. When I try the rpm -e command, it shows:

rpm: RPM should not be used directly install RPM packages, use Alien instead!

Thanks!!

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I was able to install by temporarily making the sh symlink point to bash instead of dash (see http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/327606 ). Once the installation is finished, remember to make sh point to dash again.

Hello Guys!

I Would like to remove the Intel Composer XE 2013, because i think my installation is not correct, more specific the location, because don't appears the /opt directory. Do You have any idea?

If you lost the uninstall script which installs along with the compiler, try :

rpm -qa|grep intel

sudo rpm -e <rpms associated with the version you want to re-install?

If your distro doesn't use rpm, can your package manager help?

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