before you start fixing the parametrs syntax, looks like you are not a member of "vtune" group.
the problem may be that the "user" have not enough permissions.
to run vtl smoothly "user" has to be the member of "vtune" group. ("vtune" is the default name for the group. another name can be chosen during the installation).
to check this run > groups
you'll get the list of the groups the "user" belongs to. if "vtune" is not listed - this may be the problem.
try to add the "user" to the group "vtune". there are several ways to do this. one (if root password is available) is to edit the /etc/group file.
after joining to the vtune group a user should login again. check that "vtune" appears in the list of groups: >groups
and then run VTune again.
by the way, one of the indication of missing permission (as a result of not being "vtune" group member) run >vtl you should get the error message like: The global data directory specified by your environment: /opt/intel/vtune/global_data is not writable. Please correct this problem and try again.