I am trying to create a simple helloworld.for and helloworld.cc to prove my Intel 11 compiiler is correctly installed on my RedHat linux box but get the following errors:
ld: cannot find -limf
ld: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/074/bin/lib/for_main.o: No such file: No such file or directory
Any idea what is going on? I can get these working finr with the old version 10 compiler.
The above suggestion didn't help in my case. I do a custom install to /var/tmp/intel, then package it up into my own RPM binary for local installations. Part of this packaging involves fixing paths and - for optimization (which worked in V10.0) - moves aside the ifort shell script (I set vars via /etc/profile.d/, LD_LIBRARY_PATH done in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/) and just symlinking ifort -> ifortbin. This breaks in V11.0; ifortbin apparently now cares about arg0. Note the last few lines of the original ifort shell script - "exec -a" is used. The most elegant fix is to rename ifortbin to ifort.
Hope that helps someone!
Could you refer the similar queryhttp://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=62599
Please understand it, and execute for yourself, it 'll work.
If still having problem either on implementation or understanding, do let me know.