As I was installing Intel Parallel Studio Linux C++. It says:
32-bit libraries not found
32-bit libraries not found on this system.
This product release requires the presence of 32-bit compatibility libraries when running on Intel(R) 64 architecture systems. One or more of these libraries could not be found:
libstdc++ (including libstdc++6)
Without these libraries, the compiler and the debugger will not function properly. Please refer to Release Notes for more information.
According to synaptic, libstdc++6-4.6 and libgcc1 were already installed. I installed glibc v 2.21 from gnu.org I still got the same message from the installer.
Q1: What else do I have to do?
Q2: If I don't intend to build 32-bit apps, is this even an issue?
If you don't need the 32-bit compiler, deselect the ia32 option when installing.
For the ia32 option, you need a fully working g++ 32-bit installation as well as the 64-bit one. The only clue you gave about your distro was you reference to synaptic. Maybe the 32-bit development system is available in an on-line repository. Many install DVDs omit it. Then you would have both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of all the compilers and libraries.
A source code installation of various libraries would not take care of this.
That's correct Grant. By default the installation menu will have the 32-bit and 64-bit architectures enabled for install. You'll have to de-select the option by choosing the correct choice (number) from the menu which will undo the "