Our company is using a floating license. To direct our developer machines to the license, we place a UseServer.lic file at C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Licenses. This files contains the name of our license server, along with some port information. That works well for all of us, except for one developer with a Windows 7, 64-bit machine.
I just received an update notice for Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Windows 2016 update 4...
... after installing version 2017.
Isn't this a bit odd?
my windows 10 is running on parallels 11 on OS X el Capitan version 10.11.3
The trial version was the “parallel_studio_xe_2016_composer_edition_for_fortran” was running properly on this environment & matching our expectations.
The version we just bought, is the “parallel_studio_xe_2017_composer_edition_for_fortran”
We can not succeed the setup process, we got the following message:
Machine CPU architecture IA-32 not supported
Could someone help for this?
I am trying to install an evaluation version of Intel(R) Parallel Studio XE 2017 Composer Edition for Fortran Linux. I don't have root access. The message in the GUI is
"You can also install an evaluation version of this software without root by obtaining a license file via email."
How do I get an evaluation license file emailed to me?
I am trying to install Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux* with the serial number provided in the email but I get the following error:
The serial number you provided is not valid for product Intel(R) Parallel Studio
XE 2017 for Linux*. Please refer to
https://software.intel.com/en-us/faq/licensing#manual-license-install for more
When I started Visual Studio 2015 this morning, I immediately got an exception due to an extension. I also got a task bar notification that Intel Parallel Studio had new updates. When I clicked this notification, ISM started, so I clicked the blue Update buttons for Data Analytics (DA), Composer for Fortran (CF), Professional Edition for Fortran (PEF), and MKL. The progress shown by ISM was
1) DA queued (qd); CF preparing downloading (pd); PEF downloading x% (dl); MKL pd.
2) After a while, this changed to DA pd, CF dl, PEF error (err), MKL dl.
We have two seats for the intel compiler ( Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran and C++ Linux* ), we've been running it for several years. I just bought the license renewal to keep it current until November of 2017. I got several emails about the purchase, containing lots of information.
I work for a large corporation, and so the purchase process for M&S on licenses for the Intel products is convoluted. My group just renewed M&S on two licenses, and I received the e-mail with serial numbers forwarded through from our procurement department.
I'm trying to download a trial version of Parallel Studio 2013 SP1. What I did was going to the Parallel Studio XE download site (following a link that was e-mailed to me), selecting "Additional downloads, latest updates and prior versions", and then picking "2013 SP1" from the "Version" list. However, when I click on "Download Now" I get a 404 error page. This happens for both 2013 and 2013 SP1, regardless of whether I pick the light (20 MB) installer or the full one.