|Summary:||dev-util/cmake fails to compile when dev-lang/ifc is installed|
|Product:||Gentoo Linux||Reporter:||Kostas <tsigarid>|
|Component:||Current packages||Assignee:||Gentoo KDE team <kde>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description Kostas 2013-11-10 20:55:18 UTC
Comment 1 Andreas K. Hüttel 2013-11-10 21:29:40 UTC
Question- do you actually have a license for ifc?
Comment 2 Justin Lecher (RETIRED) 2013-11-11 07:17:32 UTC
You worked around the license check when installing ifc don't you? So no support. But!, if you didn't do that, please reopen this bug and we will look into that. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 332657 ***
Comment 3 Kostas 2013-11-11 12:16:32 UTC
I do have a license, and checked that it is current. Reopening.
Comment 4 Justin Lecher (RETIRED) 2013-11-11 12:25:03 UTC
What is the output of ifort -v
Comment 5 Kostas 2013-11-11 18:40:16 UTC
ifort version 13.1.3
Comment 6 Justin Lecher (RETIRED) 2013-11-12 08:22:53 UTC
is the license world readable?
Comment 7 Kostas 2013-11-12 13:00:35 UTC
Yes of course, and definitely it is by root, who is the user doing the updates.
Comment 8 Justin Lecher (RETIRED) 2013-11-12 13:36:09 UTC
(In reply to Kostas from comment #7) > Yes of course, and definitely it is by root, who is the user doing the > updates. Not true. The default is as portage user. Only the installation into the live system happens as root.
Comment 9 Kostas 2013-11-12 13:42:01 UTC
OK. Still, the license is world readable. -rw-r--r-- 1 portage portage 19154 Sep 30 2007 Intel-SDP
Comment 10 Kostas 2013-11-12 13:53:06 UTC
Well, I made a mistake here. The license file is not the one I've just sent; instead, it lives in /opt/intel/licenses, and was NOT world readable. cmake can now be installed, thanks for your time.
Comment 13 Justin Lecher (RETIRED) 2014-01-31 07:38:37 UTC
We have two pasted private licenses here. They need to be removed.