I want non-commercial ifort-version12 compiler

I want non-commercial ifort-version12 compiler


I need ifort-v12 non-commercial compiler for LINUX. I could not find on non-commercial downloads page of Intel. Please help me to get this compiler.



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You would take out a non-commercial license for whichever version you get, then register the license at https://registrationcenter.intel.com and see which older versions become available to download.

Hi Ramesh

you can get the free licenses for "non-commercial" use on Linux at http://software.intel.com/en-us/non-commercial-software-development
Select the tool you want to use and follow the steps listed there. It is very easy to do.



i want to download a non-commercial licence but the page is "under revision" ( https://software.intel.com/en-us/non-commercial-software-development). Does anyone know when it will be possible to download the free software again?



Discontinuance of non-commercial license was announced, due to widespread violations.  This may be one of those topics which Intel doesn't want to make it easy to look up.

Tim is correct - the non-commercial Fortran offering has been discontinued. 

Retired 12/31/2016

Evidently the non-commercial C++ development license has also been discontinued. I will be informing Boost developers of that so at least they know about it. Personally I think it is foolish of Intel since Boost C++ developers such as myself are the ones to find potential bugs in their C++ compiler offerings, but they are a company and can do what they want.

The noncommercial C++ is planned to return, though I don't know when.

Retired 12/31/2016


Steve Lionel (Intel) wrote:

Tim is correct - the non-commercial Fortran offering has been discontinued. 



Why? :(

It was felt that there was too much abuse of the program. I certainly had seen that myself from comments by users who knew they were not eligible but used it for free anyway. However, I have been told today that the program may return in the near future. How "near", I don't know. 

Retired 12/31/2016

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