Intel® Fortran Composer XE 2013 for Linux*, Initial Release

Intel® Fortran Composer XE 2013 includes the latest Intel Fortran compilers and performance libraries for IA-32, Intel® 64, and Intel® Many Integrated Core (Intel® MIC) architecture systems. This new product release now includes: Intel® Fortran Compiler XE Version 13.0.0, Intel® Debugger Version 13.0.0, Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) Version 11.0

New in this release:

  • Development of applications that offload work to or natively run on an Intel® Many
    Integrated Core (Intel® MIC) architecture coprocessor is now supported.
  • Intel® Fortran Compiler updated to version 13.0.
  • Intel® Debugger updated to version 13.0
    • Intel® Debugger support deprecated
  • Intel® Math Kernel Library updated to version 11.0
    • Removed support for Intel® Pentium® III processor.
  • Support for SUSE* LINUX Enterprise Server 11 SP2 added. Support for SP1 dropped.
  • Support for Fedora* 17, Ubuntu 12.04 and Ubuntu 11.10* added.
  • Support for the following versions of Linux distributions has been dropped:
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4*
    • Fedora 15*
    • Ubuntu 11.04*
    • Asianux*
  • The Intel® Software Manager has been added to help you manage product updates and
    license activation
  • Corrections to reported problems


  1. For more information on the changes listed above, please read the individual component release notes.
  2. For those developing applications for Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture, it is recommended to use Intel® Composer XE 2013 update 1 or later due to a binary compatibility change. When using update 1, you may need to add the compiler option “-opt-streaming-stores never” in order to run on A0 steppings of the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. See the release notes for update 1 for more information on these topics.
  3. Known Issue:  The FlexLM* server only recognizes network interface names eth0-eth9.  This prevents the FlexLM server from resolving the correct hostid when other network interface names are used.  A fix is in the works.  In the meantime a workaround is to rename network interfaces to eth0-eth9.


File:  l_fcompxe_2013.0.079.tgz
Product for developing 32-bit and 64-bit applications

File:  l_fcompxe_ia32_2013.0.079.tgz 
Product for developing 32-bit applications only

File:  l_fcompxe_intel64_2013.0.079.tgz 
Product for developing 64-bit applications only

File:  l_fcompxe_2013.0.079_redist.tgz
Redistributable Libraries