Please try the following:
1. Download the uninst_12.0.084.tgz attachment from this reply and place on your system in /tmp
2. Become root (su or sudo), thencd /tmp
3. Unpack the file: tar -zxf uninst_12.0.084.tgz
4. Change into the new sub-directory: cd uninst_12.0.084
5. Execute the script: ./uninstall.sh
Please let me know if this is successful.
Hi T. Rosmond.
Yes it was resolved. Sorry for not seeing your earlier private post. We are not receiving notification of private replies in all cases.
I am private again here to share the details with you on how to resolve this.
Attachment downloads from the Forum are also still not fully functional, so grab the file from ftp.intel.com here: ftp://ftp.intel.com/pub/outgoing/uninst_12.1.107a.tgz
Next, following these instructions and make sure you do them as "root":
1. Download the uninst_12.1.107a.tgz and place on your system in /tmp
2. Unpack the file: tar -zxf uninst_12.1.107a.tgz
3. For files that should be in /tmp/uninst_12.1.107a, change the owner and group to be "root" using:
chgrp -R root /tmp/uninst_12.1.107a
chown -R root /tmp/uninst_12.1.107a
4. Next, create a directory with this command: mkdir -p /opt/intel/composerxe-2011.1.107/bin
5. Now copy the files into this directory with: cp -pR /tmp/uninst_12.1.107a/* /opt/intel/composerxe-2011.1.107/bin/
6. Now execute uninstall.sh using the full path like this: /opt/intel/composerxe-2011.1.107/bin/uninstall.sh
Keep me posted.