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i'm a newbie in linux, and i installed the Intel C/C++ Compiler and the debugger, and did the hello world same program with the installation guide to test it out. when running ./hello, i get the following errors:
./hello: error while loading shared libraries: libcxaguard.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Type in `whereis libcxaguard.so.5`. That should tell you where it is. If it doesn't show up, try `find / -name libcxaguard.so.5` (will take a long time). If you find it, check your compiler docs to see if you need to set a runtime lib search directory in an env variable. If you don't find it, that means your install is bad and you should try to reinstall it.
# echo /opt/intel_cc_80/lib >> /etc/ld.so.conf && ldconfig
ldconfig: File /opt/intel_cc_80/lib/libcprts.so is too small, not checked.
ldconfig: File /opt/intel_cc_80/lib/libcxa.so is too small, not checked.
ldconfig: File /opt/intel_cc_80/lib/libcxaguard.so is too small, not checked.
ldconfig: File /opt/intel_cc_80/lib/libunwind.so is too small, not checked.
hmm maybe it was a bad install?
or do i have to login to x window system as root as well with init 3?
i ran the iccvars.sh script, then a few seconds later it got me back to the console, so i duno what happened, then i tried again with the echo thing and still the same