I just installed parallel_studio_xe_2018_update2_professional_edition.
After some digging I've found how to enable the command 'icc'.
Can't find references about how to enable 'mpiicc' though (I'm not referring to 'mpicc'!).
May someone please guide me?
I'm on Ubuntu 18.04.
I've noticed that the `mpiicc.sh` link is missing from `/opt/intel/bin`.
lucas@inspiron:/opt/intel/bin$ ls codecov compilervars.sh gcore-ia gdb-igfx iccvars.csh icpc ifortvars.csh map_opts profmerge tselect xild compilervars.csh fpp gdb-ia icc iccvars.sh ifort ifortvars.sh profdcg proforder xiar
I tried to install `l_mpi-rt_2018.2.199` separately, but it says that such a component is already satisfied.
Then I followed this: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/missing-mpivarsh-error
But no success.
lucas@inspiron:/opt/intel/bin$ . /opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2018/linux/bin/compilervars.sh intel64 lucas@inspiron:/opt/intel/bin$ . /opt/intel/impi/2018.2.199/intel64/bin/mpivars.sh lucas@inspiron:/opt/intel/bin$ mpiicc -v Command 'mpiicc' not found
> End edit.
Tim P. wrote:There is also free impi runtime library which doesn't support development
Mpi-rt supports fortran coarrays but doesn't take the place of Intel mpi from cluster studio or other mpi implementations
If you do install impi you need to set up according as by sourcing both compilervars and mpivars scripts
Thank you for your answer.
I'm not aware of what you mean though.
Is it possible to compile C++ programs with 'mpiicc' in Ubuntu 18.04 ?
Please let me know if I'm asking a wrong question.