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Chris_K_3
Beginner
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Installation on CentOS6.6

Hello, I have downloaded the 

Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux* version on my CentOS6.6 linux computer. But, during the installation, it says the OS is not supported, which i hope isn't a problem.. as it says in the installation folder that it supports CentOS 5,6, but could anyone clear this up for me.. ? 

Thanks so much for your help..

Sincerely,

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TimP
Black Belt
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That might mean that centos6.6 wasn't available at the time testing of your version began It seems unlikely this would pose a problem.
Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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yes, this OS currently is not supported. Please refer to the MKL System Requirements

Supported operating systems

  • Windows 8* (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Windows 8.1* (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Windows 7* SP1 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Windows Server* 2008 R2 SP1 (Intel® 64)
  • Windows Server* 2008 R2 SP2 (IA-32)
  • Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 (Intel® 64)
  • Windows Embedded 8 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Windows Embedded 8.1 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Windows Embedded 7 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 5 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 6 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux* 7 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Red Hat Fedora* core 20 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Red Hat Fedora* core 21 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 11 SP2
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 12
  • Debian* 7 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Ubuntu* 12.04 (Intel® 64)
  • Ubuntu* 13.10 (IA-32 / Intel® 64)
  • Ubuntu* 14.04 LTS (IA-32/Intel® 64)
  • WindRiver Linux 5
  • WindRiver Linux 6
  • WindRiver Linux 7
  • Tizen 3.6
  • Yocto 1.6
  • Yocto 1.7
  • OS X* 10.9 (Xcode 5.x) and OS X* 10.10 (Xcode 6.x) (Intel® 64)
TimP
Black Belt
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CentOS historically was not tested formally nor designated as supported, although the basic compiler functions and run-time libraries would work the same as for corresponding Red Hat versions, if you accept the "unsupported" installation.

I thought Intel might have recognized the importance of CentOS in the customer base, with many installations using Intel tools successfully.