Intel has recently contributed a full implementation for UEFI Capsule update, including support for the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT) and Firmware Management Protocol (FMP), under EDK II.
We have two Linux machines (Ubuntu and Suse). We installed Intel parallel Studio XE Beta 2018 on the Ubuntu machine OK.
Any suggestion for the most appropriate licensing for the following scenario?
I have a non-commercial license for Parallel Studio XE Professional Edition for Fortran and C++ Linux.
I would like to know if it is possible to use my Academic Licence for Parallel Studio XE for Fortran and C/C++ compilers (Linux, macOS and Windows) in hosted, distributed continuous integration services (e.g. Travis CI).
Could you point us to some hints about installing the beta on Windows? I've made several attempts on Windows 8.1 and 10.
It's enough to chase us back to linux.
I downloaded Intel Parallel Studio XE Professional for which the Intel Registration page says I have a valid non-commercial licence.
We would like to invite you to participate in the Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2018 Beta program. In this beta test, you will gain early access to new features and analysis techniques.
I am trying to renew my named-user academic license for Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran Windows* with Rogue Wave* IMSL*, PRI999WLAE01X1Z, System Locked. The e-mail that I re