I've downloaded tbb30_20100406oss_lin.tgz and extracted it, but there's no gmake file. How do I install it?
I'm connecting to an RHEL Server through ssh, from a Fedora 12 OS. Am trying to install TBB on the RHEL Server. I've extracted the files to /opt/intel/tbb, but there's no gmake, and I understand I would need to set the path by executing tbbvars.sh. Which tbbvars.sh should I execute and how? By typing "source tbbvars.sh"? It doesn't work. When I do so, the server connection gets closed. Help?
Thanks, but the blog post does not answer my question of how to run gmake or make when the downloaded tgz file does not have any make or gmake in it. Anyone know how?
--edit-- Ok, so I understand that it's a pre-built version that I have. So I just have to paste it into /opt/intel/tbb? I haven't run gmake on the server, so I'm assuming that the tbbvars.sh of the pre-built version is the 'right' tbbvars.sh. (Actually I tried sourcing it, but it didn't work)
--EDIT-- I got it working. Thanks :) So there was no need to run gmake for a pre-built file. I just had to place it in the opt/intel/tbb folder, and execute the tbbvars.sh file that was there in bin/intel64 folder. Of course I had to substitute the installation directory in the tbbvars.sh file. Sweet!
Thanks, I'm aware that there isn't any make install, but I do remember runing a gmake for installing TBB through source (long time back).
Problem: I've tried installing the same TBB on another server and followed the same procedures that made it work last time, but this time after I source the tbbvars.sh in intel64/cc4.1.0_libc2.4_kernel188.8.131.52 and try to compile my program, it gives this error:
g++ -ltbb -o /home/aaa/tbb/pfor /home/aaa/tbb/pfor.cpp /opt/intel/tbb/tbb30_20100406oss/lib/intel64/cc4.1.0_libc2.4_kernel184.108.40.206/libtbb.so.2: file not recognized: File format not recognized collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Sourcing the tbbvars.sh in intel64/cc3.4.3_libc2.3.4_kernel2.6.9 does not work either Any idea what can be done here? It's the same RHEL 5, but I've installed GCC 4.5 on this server.