My icsxesupport.txt file reads: Package ID: l_ics_p_2012.0.032 Package Contents: Intel Cluster Studio XE 2012 for Linux* OS Intel C++ Compiler XE version 12.1 for Linux* Intel Fortran Compiler XE version 12.1 for Linux* Intel Debugger version 12.1 for Linux* Intel Math Kernel Library 10.3 Update 6 for Linux* OS Intel MPI Library 4.0 Update 3 for Linux* OS Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector 8.0 Update 3 for Linux* OS Intel MPI Benchmarks 3.2.3 Intel VTune Amplifier XE 2011 Update 5 Intel Inspector XE 2011 Update 6
To run code, invoking "/opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.032/bin/iccvars.sh intel64" works. However according to the documentation /opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.032/bin/ictvars.sh should work. It does not, because this ictvars.sh invokes /opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.032/cc/bin/iccvars.sh instead of /opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.032/bin/iccvars.sh
The ictvars.sh script is correctly calling /opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.032/cc/bin/iccvars.sh. The folder /opt/intel/icsxe/2012.0.023/cc should be a soft link to /opt/intel/composer_xe_2011_sp1.6.233 and the bin subfolder should have the iccvars.sh file in it. This file is actually a link to the compilervars.sh script in the same folder. Can you please verify that the links in your installation are set up like this?
Sincerely, James Tullos Technical Consulting Engineer Intel Cluster Tools