Installing the Intel Fortran Compiler on Hardy -- how?

soathana soathana at
Tue May 13 12:46:55 BST 2008

Galvanick Lucipher wrote:
> 	Dear all,
>         When trying to install the Intel Fortran Compiler v. 10.1.008 on a 
> fresh Kubuntu Hardy installation, I get the following error:
>         --- ERROR ---
> Problem encountered executing CHKLIC_32_64 utility /home/urtzi/downloads/Intel 
> Fortran Compiler/l_fc_p_10.1.008/data/chklic.32
> This could be caused by a missing library.
> The CHKLIC_32_64 program chklic.32 requires these libraries:
> =>
> => /lib/tls/i686/cmov/
> => /lib/tls/i686/cmov/
> => /lib/
> => /lib/tls/i686/cmov/
> => /lib/tls/i686/cmov/
>         /lib/
> Please ensure that these libraries are installed on your system.
> Exiting installation program.
> Please correct the missing library problem
> and run the installation program again at a later time.
> -------------------------------------------------------
>         It turns out that the missing and are 
> not actual library files one can install, but virtual libraries provided by 
> 2.6 kernels. 
>         How can I tell the IFC installer where to find these libraries and 
> carry out the installation? I need the Intel compiler at work, so solving 
> this problem is critical for me. 
>         Thank you all in advance,
>         GL
ok i had the same with intel c++ compiler you need to install alien (not 
so sure if needed do it anyways) and if the folder you have the 
installation file has a space in the name (for exaple "fortran 
compiler") remove it and try again. I have told intel support about this 
but i guess they didn't updated their database...


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