Evaluation version for older editions of intel fortran compiler

Evaluation version for older editions of intel fortran compiler


I am trying to run a program that requires intel fortran. Ive tried a couple of versions and so far, i think that the program I am using is only compatible with version 11.1. From filtering throught the forums, I understand that I can indeed acquire an older version of the fortran compiler but I would like to know If i can get a trial edition for an older version to make sure that it works with the program i am running before i acquire the full license?

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Request the evaluation of the current version. You will get a serial number. Then follow the instructions at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/older-version-installation/

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Thank you for your reply.

I followed the procedure as you explained. However, im unable to find version 11.1. When i get to the page, i see version 10.1, 11.0, 2011 and 2013. if i click on version 11.0 it gives me options of updates 61,66, 72 and 75. Im not sure if maybe version 11.1 is actually one of these or if version 11.1 is simply not available. the program im working with requires version 11.1 specifically and even the newer versions still require 11.1 so im kinda stuck. i attached a pictureof the page to help in understanding my problem.

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Version 11.1 should show, though your screenshot doesn't tell me definitively that it isn't in the version selection list since it stops at 11.0. I will move this to our Download, Licensing and Registration forum and one of our licensing experts will help you there.

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Please read this article http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/older-version-product, which includes instructions to download older versions. I'm posting the direct download link of 11.1 update 9 here. You may click it to download.


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