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Download and install ifort for ubuntu 14.04

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I need to install ifort non-commercial version on my 64 bit system with OS ubuntu 14.04. From the intel website i have the non-commercial tool but it doest not support Ubuntu.

Can anyone please tell me from where i can download and install ifort for UBUNTU 14.04 version

Thank you

AKSHAY BHATNAGAR

 

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Support for Ubuntu 14.04 was initially added in the Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 release (15.0 compiler). It remains supported in our latest Parallel Studio XE 2016 release (16.0 compiler). The system requirements are listed in the product release notes. Refer to the Intel® Compiler Release Notes by Version article for past and current release notes.

You can refer the article How do I get an older version of an Intel® Software Development Product? for details on downloading older versions.

I noticed you currently have three new Academic (Student) licenses for the Parallel Studio XE 2016 Release registered/configured to the same system. That suggests you may already have the PSXE 2016 release installed in which case if you needed the earlier 15.0 compiler then you could follow the advice in the earlier cited article to obtain that release.

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I have installed the Parallel Studio XE 2016 in the directory /opt/intel, But when i use 'which ifort' command no installation directory appears. what should i do to check that ifort is installed correctly at the correct place?

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This is to inform that i have installed the trail version, because as fas i know for Academic or student purposes the parallel studio is not available?

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After the installation you can use the source command (e.g.  source /opt/intel/compilervars.sh intel64 ) to setup your environment to use the compiler. Refer to the User Guide information here, for some getting started information.

Parallel Studio is available Free under a variety of Academic related programs if you qualify. Refer to the Free Software Tools page for those options. Select the option most appropriate for you for additional details.

As I mentioned earlier, you already have registered three times under the Academic program above and you should have already received information containing serial numbers related to those. Further, since those licenses are registered to a specific system that suggests each associated license file generated as a by-product of you running the product installation have been downloaded to your system as well. I'm not sure where the confusion is regarding the licensing. Perhaps you can see the license files on your system under /opt/intel/licenses.

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Hello

The installation completed successfully. But when i tried running my qunapol gamess program. it gave this error:

  forrtl: severe (24): end-of-file during read, unit -5, file Internal List-Directed Read

 

when i searched for this error code, i found that i should re-install parallel studio. but now while re-installing the program is not going beyond the licence agreement. that is: when i type 'accept' and press enter, it does not go into next steps. can anyone please suggest a remedy?

Also. to note that i am using ubuntu 14.04 64 it system and installing the parallel studio 2016 update 1 and the ubuntu is perfectly updated.

Please help~

Thanks

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If you have missing application input data, it's hard to guess why you think re-installing the compiler will help.

If you wish to install again, you should first run the uninstall script in the compiler installation. This will clear out install directories and the rpmdb entries.

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akshay b. wrote:

Hello

The installation completed successfully. But when i tried running my qunapol gamess program. it gave this error:

  forrtl: severe (24): end-of-file during read, unit -5, file Internal List-Directed Read

when i searched for this error code, i found that i should re-install parallel studio. 

It is not difficult to obtain bad advice, especially when you rely on a search engine for that advice. You may also find that the most-repeated bad advice can be the most highly-ranked search result.

Here is an example program that produces the same run time error:

program tst
implicit none
integer i
character(len=15) :: str = '1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0'
real x(5)
!
read(str,*)x
write(*,'(I1,2x,F10.2)')(i,x(i),i=1,5)
end

 

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Hello,

Where I can find free ifort download? 

Best regards.

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The only free ifort we offer at present is for students and verified open source developers. See https://software.intel.com/en-us/qualify-for-free-software

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Greetings.

I am a student in Nigeria. I only need the fortran compiler. Due to the relatively high cost of internet data here (no free wifi) and slow download speeds, I want to know if any one of these - IPP, DAAL, MKL and TBB - wholly has the fortran compiler I need. This will help me to not expend meagre resources downloading other components I don't need (at least for now). If I need to download all 4, then, so be it. I need help here.

Thank you. Awaiting your reply.

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None of those packages (IPP, etc.) includes a compiler. On the other hand, you can obtain one or more of them along with Fortran and/or C++ compilers if you download Parallel Studio or Composer XE.

You will probably be best off with an online installer for Parallel Studio, because you are allowed to choose which components to download and you will not waste time downloading unwanted components.

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Thanks so much for your quick reply. I really need ONLY the one that will give me Fortran. Is it the Parallel Studio or the Composer XE? Also, please help me with the link to the proper one. I seem incapable of finding it on Intel's site.

Thanks again.

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All Parallel Studio XE packages include Fortran except those that say "For C++" in their names. The smallest one that includes Fortran is Composer Edition for Fortran Linux. 

Note that we offer an "online installer" which is small. This lets you select the components you want and only those will be downloaded.

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