In general, you would be able to link Abaqus only with a Fortran compiler similar to the one Abaqus was built with. I don't think you can expect people on this forum to know such details by Abaqus version. That information should be available to you in your Abaqus documentation. If you have a version of Abaqus built with ifort 7.1, you will not be able to use ifort 8.1. I don't know how ifort could be using libstdc++ include files, but icpc would find the include paths according to 'g++ -print-search-dirs' using the g++ present when you install. g++ include and library directories are never found by linux environment settings. If you want to change the path used by icpc to correspond with a different g++, you will need to repeat the icpc installation with that g++. From the information below, it appears you have used multiple g++ versions in your setup, so it should not be surprising when a problem crops up.
ifort-8: Command line warning: ignoring unknown option '-export-dynamic' /apps/prod/abaqus/6.5-4/cae/exec/lbr/libstandardB.so: could not read symbols: Invalid operation ABAQUS Error: Problem during linking - ABAQUS/Standard User Subroutines
Can you please help me this. Unfortuantely i am a novice to these, so it would be of great help if you can answer in more detail.