I purchased Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows last weekend and received the confirmation e-mail, including license key, from Intl Software Partners. When I click on the "download" link in the e-mail, it takes me here: https://registrationcenter.intel.com/RegCenter/Register.aspx. When I type in my login name and password, they are not recognized, so I cannot download or install the software. I have reset my password twice, with no different result. Please advise.
I need my license file for the
Intel® Math Kernel Library for Linux*.
Can you please send it to me!
I signed up for a personal license for Intel® C++ Composer XE for Linux. I received the serial number in an email but I need the license file to install it on my distro. Where can I find it?
We have recently procured Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 for Windows OS - Floating Commercial 5 sts (ESP). On its purchase, we were allowed to download 2 files, that were
1. Server License Manager
2. w_fcompxe_novsshell_2013_sp1.2.176.exe (installation setup file)
We have succesfully installed Server License Manager in a server system and installation setup file in user system. We have noticed that there is no linker file with the product.
Please, suggest use how can we get the linker file.
After getting the evaluation license of MKL working, we're trying to determine how many MKL licenses are required for our system setup. We would only be using MKL through R, so after R is built with MKL, I don't think we would not be directly calling MKL routines. R can create a shared library (libR.so) that links to the MKL .so files.
I bought Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows with a license file, however, everytime I run a fortran script, there is an error message:
Error: A license for FCompW could not be obtained
Your license is not current enough to allow you to use this
newer version of our software. Usually this occurs because
your support services license expired before we created this
version. You will need to purchase a new license.
I downloaded Intel MKL 11.1.0 for evaluation. I received an email confirming the download which said "The product license file is attached for your convenience. You may need to copy the file manually to your system." However, there was no attachment. (Maybe it was filtered out by my email provider.) I don't have root access, so I'm trying to install as current user to limit access to user level, which tells me I should have received a license file through email. The license faq pointed me to this forum. Can you resend the evaluation license, or can I get it some other way?
I am interested in licensing aspects of parallel compile jobs. I plan to use Composer XE compiler on a Linux host with 32 Cores and two Xeon PHI cards.
How are such parallel compile jobs counted for licenses? Does each compiler instance count as a separate "user"?
Please answer this question both for
- "single user" licenses, and
- floating licenses
Thanks and Regards,
I am seeking to test the ipp cryptography libraries for a project. I downloaded the the main ipp libraries a week ago, registered and submitted the request form for the cryptography libraries, but I have not had a response. How should I proceed?
Also, I don't seem to have access to the premier support site which I had thought registration would enable.
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