What do I need to Download non-commercial Intel C++ compiler for Linux?

What do I need to Download non-commercial Intel C++ compiler for Linux?

I have been pursuing this for a long time http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=68795 (I am "nweissma") and am just now being told that I have been posting on the wrong forum (that I should post in the instant forum. This reminds of an old joke about a psychiatrist who does not speak english... but i digress)

To the quick: from what I am reading on the Intel website, I should be eligible to download the non-commercial, unsupported Intel C++ compiler for Linux. But all attempts toprocure a "license key" and "support account"have led to dead ends.

So, what do I need to do and how do i do it? (I have Intel hardware, not software.)

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Greetings,

This is a new forum, which was created couple of weeks back.

You can requestany Non-Commercial Softwareat http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/non-commercial-software-develop...

For Intel C++ Compiler for Linux* Non Commercial Version, go to https://registrationcenter.intel.com/RegCenter/AutoGen.aspx?ProductID=1308&AccountID=&EmailID=&ProgramID=&RequestDt=&rm=NCOM&lang=

Thank You
Shamla

I forgot to mention that you need to enter your e-mail address in the link provided in previous follow up, along with your country name and you will be provided with a link to download the product and a serial number. You will also receive an e-mail with same information and a license file.

I don't see any non commercial request with your e-mail address.

Thanks
shamla

Shamla,

I have followed your instructions exactly. The window following the entry of email and country states: "Problems with your account are preventing us from completing you request." (i would attach a print screen of this window but i don't see how to add an attachment to posts).

I have been doing this for a long time; I stated this in the previous forum. Should i just capitulate?

Quoting - Shamla (Intel)

Greetings,

This is a new forum, which was created couple of weeks back.

You can requestany Non-Commercial Softwareat http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/non-commercial-software-develop...

For Intel C++ Compiler for Linux* Non Commercial Version, go to https://registrationcenter.intel.com/RegCenter/AutoGen.aspx?ProductID=1308&AccountID=&EmailID=&ProgramID=&RequestDt=&rm=NCOM&lang=

Thank You
Shamla

I submit that you are wrong about this!

I am not sure what the issue is.

I went to the link I provided you, entered your e-mail address and chose a country and on submit was provided a serial number and links to download the compiler.

I have send you the same information using e-mail. (serial number, license file, links to download.)

If this is not the issue and it is something else, please describe the issue in detail here.

Thank you
Shamla

Quoting - Shamla (Intel)

I am not sure what the issue is.

I went to the link I provided you, entered your e-mail address and chose a country and on submit was provided a serial number and links to download the compiler.

I have send you the same information using e-mail. (serial number, license file, links to download.)

If this is not the issue and it is something else, please describe the issue in detail here.

Thank you
Shamla

perhaps this is a semantical problem! I received the email that you sent me -- ManyThanks; *I* was not able to get this far no matter whose instructions I was following-- but the email reads, "Thank you for registering the Intel C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*. " Is "Professional Edition" the $free (unemployed, and $$ is tight -- especially $600!!),non-commercial version that I have been looking for?

{btw, is it possible to configure my forum profile to effect receiving email notification when someone posts to my thread?}

For more information on Non Commercial License , please visit http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/non-commercial-software-faq/

Non-commercial means that you are not getting compensated in any form for the products and/or services you develop using these Intel Software Products.

In the forum you can edit your profile , by clicking edit profile , to suscribe to the thread.

Thanks
Shamla

Yes it is free.

Shamla,

Thanks -- I have it.

Large files from open source portals are accompanied by MD5 or checksum codes; just curious why these large Intel files do not have such.

Quoting - nweissma

Shamla,

Thanks -- I have it.

Large files from open source portals are accompanied by MD5 or checksum codes; just curious why these large Intel files do not have such.

nweissma,

Thanks for the update. I don't have expertise to answer about your checksum question, please ask the same in the product forums and may be they will have a answer for you.

Thank You
Shamla

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