If your applications are built with Intel® Compilers or if you dynamically link to Intel® Performance Libraries*, the runtime must be made available on the target platform. Developers can now easily access Intel® Parallel Studio XE Runtime through Linux* package managers at no cost.
*Intel® Performance Libraries include Intel® Math Kernel Library, Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library, Intel® Threading Building Blocks, Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives, and Intel® MPI Library.
Please click on the appropriate version below to go to the page containing Runtime download instructions for Intel® Parallel Studio XE.
|YUM Package Manager||APT Package Manager|
|Parallel Studio XE 2020||Parallel Studio XE 2020|
|Parallel Studio XE 2016||-|
|Parallel Studio XE 2017||Parallel Studio XE 2017|
|Parallel Studio XE 2018||Parallel Studio XE 2018|
|Parallel Studio XE 2019||Parallel Studio XE 2019|
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