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Unsupported OS – What to do?

Messaoui__Amine
Beginner
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My computer runs macOS High Sierra Version 10.13.3. My Processor is a 2.3 GHz Intel Core i5. I have tried and failed to install an Intel's distribution for Python, as per the images posted. Would anyone have any suggestions on how to work around my constraints?

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gaston-hillar
Black Belt
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I guess I won't upgrade to High Sierra yet... It would be great to have support for High Sierra, it's been out for a long time.

Todd_T_Intel
Employee
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Hello Amine, Gaston,

Our 2019 Gold product, due to be released toward the end of Q3, will allow installation on High Sierra. Meanwhile, you can get our full distribution from the Intel channel on the Anaconda Cloud.

From any Miniconda installation, use the command:

> conda create -n intelpy3 python=3 intelpython3_full=2018.0.3 -c intel

"intelpy3" can be replaced with any name you want. Once installed, your new environment will have the full 2018.0.3 distribution. Let me know if you have any problems creating an environment.

Best, Todd

gaston-hillar
Black Belt
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Todd,

Thanks for the info!

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