and also look at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/using-intelr-compilers-for-linux-under-fedora/
Let me know if the above resolves the issue?
9.10: For Intel 64 / AMD64 (64bit Linux installation) Libstdc++5:
follow these instructions IF AND ONLY IF you have a 64bit Ubuntu installation.
Intel 64 installation: Select the download for the libstdc++5 package for "amd64". If you are using Firefox, you will be prompted if you want to "Open with GDebi Package Installer" - select OK to continue. Otherwise, save the deb package and use your favorite package manager to install. Install the amd64 libstdc++ deb package.
by default, the 64bit libstdc++.so.5 library will install in /usr/lib which is linked to /usr/lib64.
Now, you also will need the 32bit libstdc++.so.5 installed in /usr/lib32. Unfortunately, the "i386" version of the libstdc++5 package wants to install in /usr/lib which is your 64bit library directory and where you just installed the "amd64" libraries - so you DON'T want to download and install the "i386" package into the default location.
We'll need to download the "i386" package to a temporary directory, use dpkg to extract the contents to the temp directory, then manually copy the library to /usr/lib32 and create the symbolic link:
First, download libstc++5 package for "i386" - save to disk and do NOT launch a package manger to install it. Save it in your 'Downloads' folder or /tmp (or any other scratch directory).
Using your root terminal window, cd to the directory where you have downloaded the .deb package, it should have a name similar to 'libstdc++5_3.3.6-18_i386.deb'. The exact version is not important, but make sure it is a "i386" deb package.
Extract to the local directory:
dpkg --extract libstdc++5_3.3.6-18_i386.deb ./
Notice that a 'usr/' folder was created and the package contents extracted here. Now we'll copy the library to /usr/lib32
cp libstdc++.so.5.0.7 /usr/lib32
ln -s libstdc++.so.5.0.7 libstdc++.so.5