Breaking Newz :
The Intel compilers installed according to this sequence work :
1#) Start the install procedure normally, for, say icc; You will get to a point where you are asked for an activation code ( the one you were given in the Download webpage pf Intel ), use it; this will create a valid license in /opt/intel/licenses.
2#) There comes a point where you will not be able to proceed, because the installer will report missing 32bit compatibility libraries, regardless of you having them or not AFAIK, quit.
"Do not fight a War which you cannot possibly win..." - Sun Tzu
3#( New try, create a file in the directory you are in, called silent.ini :
Of course you should change your PSET_INSTALL_DIR to /opt/intel/Compiler/ab.c/de to match your release ...
4#) finally run
./install.sh --silent silent.ini
5#) Repeat the procedure for Ifort, ( Intel Fortran Compiler ), and MKL ( Math kernel Libraries )
6#) To be able to use those components that you have just installed, you much source the environment scripts. I do this at .bashrc level... :
I have tried this setup to compile code aster with Intel compilers, and I have built a working version...
Have made some tests, and so far so good...