Intel Compiler

Joe Griffin joe.griffin at
Fri Dec 7 15:00:56 PST 2001


We made a scripts ifc and icc and
put them in /usr/local/bin.  ifc sets
up the license:

#! /bin/csh
# The following is for IA32 Compilers:
setenv IA32ROOT        /opt/intel/compiler50/ia32
setenv GCCROOT         /usr
setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH /opt/intel/compiler50/ia32/lib
if ( -e /opt/intel/licenses/license.dat ) then
   setenv LM_LICENSE_FILE /opt/intel/licenses/license.dat
   setenv LM_LICENSE_FILE /opt/intel/licenses
set path = ($IA32ROOT/bin $path)
/opt/intel/compiler50/ia32/bin/ifc $*

icc does similar.

David Vos wrote:
> I'm trying out the Intel Compiler for Linux, but I can't figure out how
> get the license thing working.  I installed the compiler in the default
> location, and I copied over l_cpp.lic from the email I received to
> /opt/intel/licenses/ but whenever I try to compile a simple program, I
> receive:
> icc: error: could not checkout FLEXlm license
> checkout failed: Cannot find license file (-1,359:2 "No such file or
> directory")
> Intel's documentation makes it sound like this is all I have to do.  Am I
> missing some step?
> David
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