I did not see a forum for Parallel Studio, but perhaps someone on this forum can direct me to an appropriate contact.
I installed Intel Parallel Studio Composer Edition 2016 update 1 for Linux several weeks ago. I conducted the installation as a user and selected to customize it because I wanted the build to be located in an NFS allocation. That is the only customization I made and chose to install all of the components. When we build a large C code application with this build of the compilers, we encounter 'undefined reference' error. Upon further inspection by comparing this installation to one conducted on a system where the install location is /opt/intel/, we discover that we have 12 missing libraries on the NFS installation:
libicaf.so libifcore.a libifcoremt.a libifcoremt_pic.a libifcoremt.so libifcoremt.so.5 libifcore_pic.a libifcore.so libifcore.so.5 libifport.a libifport.so libifport.so.5
To double check if I had made a mistake, I reinstalled the same Composer Edition today into the NFS allocation. The same libraries are still missing. I installed Parallel Studio 2015 update 3 last year also in the NFS allocation. In this installation the above libraries are present in <InstallPath>/lib/intel64.
What do I need to do to implement a version of Parallel Studio 2016 into an NNF allocation that will include these missing libraries?
Here enumerates all forums we have: https://software.intel.com/en-us/forum.
There is no Intel Parallel Studio forum.
But you can find specific forums for individual components such as C/C++ compiler, VTune Analyzer, Inspector, etc.
I think the issue you're facing belongs to C/C++ compiler forum (https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-c-compiler).
Or you can submit your question to Intel Premier Support (https://premier.intel.com).
You can get experts' support there.
Did you ever find resolution for this? I'm attempting to compile an application for native execution on a coprocessor with Fortran compiler 188.8.131.52, and I'm also missing these libraries: in particular libicaf.so. I'm new to using the compiler from the command line, but I can't seem to find this file anywhere in the Parallel Studio 2016 files or MPSS 3.7.2.
Were you able to recover the libraries?