I’ve tried to install the lates PGI Community Edition (v17.10) on a fresh Windows 10 system. Doing this I followed the instructions given on
- installed the Windows SDK
- installed Visual Studio 2015 with Visual C++
- then installed the latest PGI Community Edition
(all done with an administrator account)
The result of this is somewhat disappointing:
- The x86 compilers F77 and F90/95 compilers got installed.
- There was no option given to install the x64 compilers on first run. (This could however be solved by re-running the installer.)
- There is no Visual Studio integration happening. (This could be expected given that VS is a prerequisite)
- None of the CUDA toolkits was installed, not any of the provided versions.
- The compilers are not properly linked with the system. No environmental variable set.
- The PGI CE bash is closing a few milliseconds after trying to start.
Is this how the installer is intended to behave?
Am I missing an important step of the installation that prevents it from working properly?