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Rashawn_K_Intel1
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Dose Parallel Studio 2015 support CentOs 7?

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I have a set of CentOS 7 machines on which I need to install Parallel Studio 2015 for using the C, C++, and Fortran compilers.  However, when I launch the install script the installer informs me that my OS is not supported.  It also informs me that RHEL 7 is supported, which is very much the same thing as CentOS 7.  Is there a way to force the installation?  Your feedback is appreciated.

Thank you,

Rashawn Knapp

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TimP
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Yes, you simply accept the unsupported installation and continue.  "unsupported" simply means that full testing has not been carried out on CentOS.

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TimP
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Yes, you simply accept the unsupported installation and continue.  "unsupported" simply means that full testing has not been carried out on CentOS.

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Rashawn_K_Intel1
Employee
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Tim,

Thank you.  That is exactly what I did.

Rashawn

Kittur_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi Rashawn,
I've filed a feature request to the install team to ensure the detection is correctly made as it's a bug.  Note that the list of supported OSes is a pre-built list so it can be a problem of incorrect detection of OS version. You are correct CentOS 7 is basically same as RHEL 7, so you can proceed with the installation since this prerequisite is an optional warning so skipping and installing is perfectly fine like stated earlier by Tim.
_Kittur

 

 

Rashawn_K_Intel1
Employee
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Kittur,

Thank you for your response and taking the time to file a feature request.  I did end up doing exactly what Tim said to do which was successful. I am happy with the result.

Regards,

Rashawn

Kittur_G_Intel
Employee
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Great, thanks for letting us know, Rashawn. Glad you could work through this warning...

_Regards,
Kittur