How do I install Parallel Studio 2013 into VS 2008 without installing the VS 2010 shell?
I can't find a topic anywhere about this and I'm finding it hard to believe I'm the only one. I have Visual Studio Professional 2010 installed on a VERY clean Windows XP Pro SP3 platform. I say VERY clean because I started with a reformatted disk, installed Windows XP Pro with all defaults, allowed MS Update to do its thing till it was done. I've also installed MS Office and did the same thing. I've also Installed Visual Studio in the exact same way; full installation with all defaults.
First I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask this question. I was directed to these forums by Intel support, so I hope it's OK.
I am using Composer XE and Amplifier but the license is registered to an employee who left the company. I would like to use the Premium Support and other benefits left in the employee's subscription, so I am assuming I need to re-register the product under my name. I explained this to the regular Intel support folks via email and they advised joining these forums.
How can I re-register my products or is there another solution to this issue?
I installed Intel® C++ Studio XE for Linux in a Scientific Linux 6.3 machine. The installation finished successfuly and the different components that I tried are running without any problem.
Package intel-idb-common-146-13.0-2.noarch requires intel-compilerpro-common-146 = ('0', '13.0', None)
Indeed, I checked the requirements of intel-idb-common-146-13.0-2.noarch and the are the following:
Hi, I'm new in Parallel studio, and getting this error #6404: This name does not have a type, and must have an explicit type. [SQRT]
real(kind=8) :: q
end program mytest
I have got this error for all interenis funcytions like LOG. Any ideas how to fix this?
Is it posible to integrate IMSL Fortran libraries with Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013, and if so, what is the latest IMSL distribution compatible?
I am interested in Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 for Scientific Linux 6.3, 64-bit version.
I have the following few questions related to the Intel C++ Studio license. Would appreciate any guidance that I can receive.
Computer we are using is an Intel i7-2600. It is 4 core CPU with hyper thread which give 8 virtual cores. OS is Windows 7.
I tried this thread on Vtune forum w/o much success. This is driving us nuts so I'm hoping for some help in this forum: