If you use Eclipse, Intel provides integration and documentation. I am personally not a fan of Eclipse, but it seems to be the standard development platform for Linux.
Keep in mind also under Linux you might run into issues with different IDE's and how they build. if they use a bash shell, then you need to make sure that compiilervars.sh is run to setup the path to the Intel compiler and tools
But if you start with Eclipse, you will at least have an environment and IDE to start with.