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Illegal instruction 4 on Mac OS X

Fausto_S_
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Hello all, I'm trying to use the Intel Python 2017 BETA (ver 3.5) on Mac OS X (El Capitan). Basically I have a problem when I try to import one of these modules: - numpy - scipy - dask because when I run a python script with those I receive : Illegal instruction 4 Just the import creates the issue, even if I don't use any functions from those modules. Is this a know problem? thanks Fausto
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Christophe_H_Intel2
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Hi Fausto,

I will be contacting you privately to help you with this issue.

Chris

Hettitantirige__Push
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Me too have the same problem.

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(base) 99 @ 13:38:24 intelpython3

$ python3

Python 3.7.4 (default, Nov 22 2019, 15:36:53) 

[Clang 7.3.0 (clang-703.0.31)] :: Intel(R) Corporation on darwin

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>>> import numpy as np

Illegal instruction: 4

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