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Nick_V_
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Intel Python Download: Page 404 not found?

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Hi,
 
After registering for the technical preview of the Intel distribution of Python, I received an e-mail with download instructions.

 

On the redirected webpage I clicked the download link, which in a "Page not Found". This is consistent for all available downloads of Python (Linux/Win; python 2/3). I was logged in with the account that requested the preview.
 
Any idea what to do?
Thanks!
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Gergana_S_Intel
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Ok, let's try a different way to get to the packages.  Go to the Intel Registration Center (http://registrationcenter.intel.com).  Log in with the email address you used to register and the password you created (if you didn't create a password, you can do so now).

After login, you should see a list of all your registered products.  One of them should be "Intel® Distribution for Python* Tech Preview".  You can select the link under the Download Latest Update column to get directly to those packages.

Let me know how that goes.

~Gergana

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Gergana_S_Intel
Employee
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Hi Nick,

We had a couple of web outages over the weekend.  Everything should be up and running now.  Can you try again?

Regards,
~Gergana

Nick_V_
Beginner
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Hi Gergana,

Thanks for the reply. 

Unfortunately, I don't see any changes yet. I still get the 404 (https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/www/us/en/404.html).

regards,

Nick

Gergana_S_Intel
Employee
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Ok, let's try a different way to get to the packages.  Go to the Intel Registration Center (http://registrationcenter.intel.com).  Log in with the email address you used to register and the password you created (if you didn't create a password, you can do so now).

After login, you should see a list of all your registered products.  One of them should be "Intel® Distribution for Python* Tech Preview".  You can select the link under the Download Latest Update column to get directly to those packages.

Let me know how that goes.

~Gergana

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Nick_V_
Beginner
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Thanks Gergana, for the alternative solution. That worked for me!

 

Gergana_S_Intel
Employee
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Excellent news indeed!  Let us know how the Intel Python distro works for you.  We're eager for feedback :)

~Gergana

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