It has been working fine since I upgraded to the 2015 version back in September, but recently I was using the Intel Software Manager and clicked 'Activate' because I wasn't sure if I had everything setup properly, then entered my serial number and now I get this:
MacBook-Pro-2:NBody Doymand$ ifort -c
Please provide the serial number (or a license file ) for evaluation copy of Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran and C++ Linux* , my email id is
I'm registered to evaluate intel compiler but I get the issue described here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/evaluation-license-error-10310...
Could you please assist me by sending a trial license file?
I have registered for a trial version of Parallel Composer XE 2015 and promptly received the email with the download link. Whenever I launch the installer on my macbook air with Lion (OSX 10.7) after accepting the License Agreement I choose "I want to evaluate this product" from the activation options; then as soon as I enter the admin password for my laptop I get "Activating evaluation license failed".
How can I solve this?
Thank you in advance
I understand that "Intel MPI Library Runtime Environment for Linux" is free for business use for running commercial programs.
Is it right?
I'm getting an error message when I attempt to compile for x64 using MSVC. The problem is described in this article:
Can someone please send me an evaluation license file?
i'm looking for an engineer to mail me a evaluation license file.
If I compile a C++ code, I just get this error:
error #10310: Failed to enable trusted storage check for licensing: WARNING: Enable Trusted Storage failed (flexnet error code 20). Trusted Storage based license could not be supported
We have a problem on license server hosting the " Itel Composer XE for Windows, so we have to change the license server.
For this action, we need to request a new license file but we can't access the Intel Premier Support Page.
When, I attempt to log into the Intel Premiere Support page to log an issue.. It takes my userid/password, then redirects me to a page that simply says
"Not Authorized to Access"
Could you check ?
My team would like to link MKL libs into our dll that we redistribute (over an in-house grid/cluster)
We do not want to use Intel Parallel Studio, which appears to be the only way to get MKL.
What are the licensing requirements for us to:
place mkl libs in a shared repository accessible by all our developers,
have each developer be able to link in just the 3 or so libs that we need
redistribute (in-house) the libs via the dll that we build
In particular, does each developer workstation that has a copy of the libs need a licence?