I am trying to install netcdf on a MAC os x Intel64 quad, with
ifort icc (both recent pro versions)
I followed instructions at:
I am using an Intel core 2 Quad 8400 , 2.66 GHz.
The highest and lowest frequency for this processor on Linux cpufreq are 2.66 and 1.98 GHz.
I just wanted to know whether 1.98 GHz is the lowest operating frequency for this model or the lowest frequency is further down?
Cosmopolis is an online multiplayer simulation game where
I have one problem about the single-user license.
Accoding to the single user license the software can be installed in unlimited number of machines by the owner, but
" only one copy of the Materials is in use at any one time".
My question is : after I compile my code with intel compiler and run it on machine A, am I allowed to compile my code and
run it on machine B?
I am a graduate student in Computer Science. We are working on academic project, which involves wimax network. So I am planning to explore more on adhoc network and wimax protocol stack.
I was hoping if anyone can route me to the right point of contact at Intel. In order to explore the firmware and may be modified version of firmware which will give me bit more control over the underlying protocol.
Thanks in advance,
I am trying compile and link my FORTRAN codeunder cygwin environment.
My code needs to link alibrary libHYPRE.lib,whichwas generated by gcc
The compile was OK, but the link had error as follows. Can anyone help
me? thanks in advance.
As I try to build and run the source Ocean Fog demo I ran into the following two issues:
1. On Debug and Profile I cannot build due to:
>Performing Custom Build Step
>'fxc.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
>Project : error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code from "Performing Custom Build Step"
2. On Release I get the following Link Warning and then crash when running
does intel ce3100 support wol, I don't know how to enter intel ce3100's bios to set its power managerment with wol support, anyone know, thank you very much!