I registered the academic research license, received a product serial number, downloaded the license file and copied to where gentoo requires the file to be copied. When I try to install the ifc (I use distribution provided by gentoo rather then downloading tarballs from intel site) it install fortran and then I get a message:
>>> Original instance of package unmerged safely.
* Function test failed. Most probably due to an invalid license.
* This means you already tried to bypass the license check once.
* Make sure you have received an Intel license.
* To receive a non-commercial license, you need to register at:
* Install the license file into /opt/intel/composerxe-2015_update6.6.233/licenses/
Any hint what may be cause to this problem?
Do you have a non-commercial license to run Intel Fortran?
If not yet, please follow the instructions in the message to get one from:
Then put the license file under license file into /opt/intel/composerxe-2015_update6.6.233/licenses/
For how to get a license file, you may refer to:
Hope this helps.
I've signed for the non-commercial license and downloded the license file and with that file I get the error message when I try to install the ifc on gentoo
Have you run configured the ifort environment setting script?
source /opt/intel/composerxe-2015_update6.6.233/bin/compilervars.sh <arg>
<arg> is one of the following architecture arguments:
intel64: Compilers and libraries for Intel® 64 architectures only
ia32: Compilers and libraries for IA-32 architectures only