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handler2006
Beginner
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free Intel compiler for students and teachers

Hi all!
I'm student Ukrainian Dnepropetrovsk National University and i studying C++. My IDE uses gcc compiler, because it is free, but my teacher told me that Intel provide free version Intel compiler for students developers. How I can obtain this free version Intel compiler?
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Judy_H_Intel
Employee
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Hi handler2006,
I have moved you to the Intel Compiler for C++ Forum. This forum is more likely togive you the informaiton you seek.

Did you already try this website? http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-compilers/


Cheers,
Judy
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TimP
Black Belt
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I suppose you're interested in
http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/Non-Commercial-license/?wapkw=%28non-commercial+license%29

You could look also the academic licenses (not free, but not expensive).
handler2006
Beginner
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Thanks a lot! But there is software for Linux systems. How about Mac Os?
TimP
Black Belt
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No non-commericial license is available for MacOS or Windows. There should be academic license and 30-day trial options.
handler2006
Beginner
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Unfortunally, I'm lost license file for downloaded Intel compilerl_ccompxe_2011.7.256.
Do I need download new copy of the compiler with license file or I can retreive just one license file and where it is?
TimP
Black Belt
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If you registered your license, you should be able to recover it at https:/registrationcenter.intel.com. Help on such issues is available on the licensing forum.
When you install a compiler, a copy of the license is placed in a standard location relative to the compiler (default /opt/intel/licenses/).
Brandon_H_Intel
Employee
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