"The System" does not want to give me a serial number...

"The System" does not want to give me a serial number...

Hi all,

I've just downloaded a copy of Parallel Studio XE for Linux and now can't seem to get the licence file. I use Gentoo Linux, which when I did the emerge,  has downloaded the approx 2GB tgz file but now I need to get the appropriate licence file. Somehow I've managed to get to a page that has as a part of the header "Noncommercial Product Request " that asks for all my infomation, name, age, DNA sequence, address etc. It also asks about my position, Company etc which, as this is a non-commercial, I put as "Other". I then hit "Continue" the page flashes and then just comes back, still with all my info in place. I tried this a few times and get the same response. This is the sort of behaviour I associate with missing data on a form, so I checked and everything requested has an answer. I even changed the company info from "Other" to something and still the behaviour remains the same.

Does anyone know how I can get the licence file? Am I even using the right webpage to request the licence file? The website is a mess that I find VERY hard to navigate around with respect to this issue.



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Hi Andrew,

I found your license for "Intel® C++ Composer XE for Linux*" in our database. I've resent it to your email. The reason you didn't see your license could be that your license expired. You may need to check the "Show Expired Registrations" checkbox in "My Products" page, after logging into https://registrationcenter.intel.com/.

Thank you.
Feilong H.
Intel Developer Support

Tools Knowledge Base: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/tools


Thanks for that, I'll have a play with it when I get home tonight.


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