Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux* and Mac OS X*

Older Version of Compiler Not Recognizing My Manually Generated License File (urgent)

Hello.  I am in urgent need of some guidance.  I recently purchased a single named-user license for Intel's Fortran Compiler for Linux.  While the baseline purchase was for the newest 2016 version of the compiler, a current project requires that I download the 2013 Update 2 version of the compiler.  I followed the online instructions for downloading and installing an older version of the compiler.  In addition, before trying the installation, I followed the instructions for registering my product and manually creating and downloading a license file based on the host ID of my target system. 

Using Generic Interfaces and Parameterized Types for selective early binding

I am using a parameterized type (called dispersion_type in the code) to select a function based on the value of a kind parameter of the type (namely, fkind). The different functions would have identical signatures if not for the additional argument of type dispersion_type(fkind).  With the additional argument, the functions can be collected under a  generic interface.  If the name of the generic interface is different from dispersion_type, the program works as desired.

IFort: Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised


Upon trying to compile a box model (effectively: ) with a very large dataset, I get the following bug:

ifort -cpp  -fp-model strict   -c model_Rates.f90

/tmp/ifortn2jCHh.i90: catastrophic error: **Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised** Please report this error along with the circumstances in which it occurred in a Software Problem Report.  Note: File and line given may not be explicit cause of this error.

C application that invokes Intel Fortran

Hi.  I would appreciate some links that explain the options required for building a gcc C application that invokes pre-existing Intel Fortran subroutines and functions.  This would include compilation and link options.  A quick rundown would be great if that's easier.  Also, indications for replacing gcc with Intel C/C++ would be of interest; the application does not use parallel processing.


[Intel STM Compiler]BetaSTMCCompl could not be obtatined


Hello, Thank you for reading my post,

I installed Intel stm compiler today and I got a serial number only students for 30 days(?).

After install, I got an error to compiling with this stm compiler.

This error shows below,

scons: Reading SConscript files ...
scons: done reading SConscript files.
scons: Building targets ...
(COMPILE)  build/library/common/debug.c

Error: A license for BetaSTMCCompL could not be obtained.

Your license has expired.

ifort: command not found

I completed installing the parallel studio xe 2016.1.056 for linux on my centos 7.

For using ifort command, I implemented the following commands,

#./opt/intel/bin/ intel64

#./opt/intel/bin/ intel64.

But still I get "ifort: command not found" when I use ifort command.

What is the problem? Please help me...



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