It looks like the bin folderdidn't get installed.Everything other than the bin folder appears to be correct, but if the install did not complete correctly, it is possible something is missing somewhere else. What is the name of the installer file you are using?
I would recommend removing and reinstalling the product, just to be on the safe side. However, if after this the ictvars.bat file is still missing, I can send you the file to be manually added.
Sincerely, James Tullos Technical Consulting Engineer
since i have already make downloading and reinstallation, more then one time, of this executable it would be better if we try with manual addition of the file ictvars.bat. If you can send it to me i can make a new folder with the name bin to add the bat file in it. The downloaded installer is w_ics_2012.0.033 Thanks James!
it seems to work so far as the message "The system cannot find the path specified" does no longer appear. But if i try to compile the target source code, i have download prior gnuwin32_make for these, there appears a new error message: "The system cannot find the file specified". However these needs not be a compiler specific problem. For that i will try tomorrow to look for a solution.
no james, the copilation option i used is an serial win 32 executable. I send you the error message which i get, if i open the build environment for intel cluster studio, drive to the working directory and type:
also attached is the makefile fro the program compilation. Maybe you have an idea of what goes wrong
I think I see the problem. Your system is a 32-bit system, the binaries that are set in your path are the 64 bit binaries. Go to the shortcut for the build environment, and change the target from
[plain]C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /K "C:ProgrammeIntelics2012.0.033binictvars.bat"[/plain] to [plain]C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /K "C:ProgrammeIntelics2012.0.033binictvars.bat" ia32[/plain] That should fix the problem.
Sincerely, James Tullos Technical Consulting Engineer Intel Cluster Tools
P.S. I edited the target to match your system, rather than what was copied from my system. Make sure you copy the new one, rather than the old one.