Is it possible to install an evaluation of Intel Inspector XE 2015 on Linux without root access? I usually just use it on Windows, and I'm just evaluating it on Linux, so I don't want to bother system administrators unless the evaluation proves successful. Can someone please email me a license file? As far as I can tell my purchased Windows license file won't work for a Linux install.
Peter, can you please point me to the inspector_xe_2015_update1.tar.gz download? I'm having trouble finding it.
On https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-inspector-xe/try-buy , I can only see option to download the parallel studio XE installer.
If you have registered Intel Parallel Studio XE product, inspector component as a single tool can be downloaded?
Please go https://registrationcenter.intel.com/RegCenter/Download.aspx?productid=2168
Peter, I never did find a way to install the trial without sudo permissions. The instructions you gave didn't seem to correspond to the current GUI installer. Maybe if I ran the command line installer I would have seen those options.
Anyway, it turns out that I actually already had a Linux license! So I just installed with the serial number.
[The instructions you gave didn't seem to correspond to the current GUI installer. Maybe if I ran the command line installer I would have seen those options.] Exactly, you need to use install.sh to install the product then find the option without using license file.
OK, now you have serial number...the issue doesn't exist again:-)