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Downloading ifort for installation under Ubuntu

Hello! I desperately search for a possibility to download Intel's fortran compiler ifort (factually the Parallel Studio XE suite) for free to use it on my personal Ubuntu computer. I need it for absolutely private non-commercial use. Unfortunately, I dont qualify for either students or educators or open-source coders who may get it for free. Is there any other chance for me? Thanks for any help in advance!
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Dear Sergei,

the Intel folks could comment better on this, but afaik there is no possibility to get a non-commercial license at the moment. However, you could participate in the beta evaluation program of the 2019 version of the compiler: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-parallel-studio-xe-2019-beta

However, that program is only running for 4 or 5 more weeks and would then expire.

Best regards,

    Jürgen

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Black Belt Retired Employee
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Intel withdrew the non-commercial license due to too much abuse. I keep hearing rumors it may reappear in a different form, but for now, Jürgen's advice is best.

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Hello S Sergei.

I have fortran intel 2013 and its non-commercial license. Works perfectly on new linux distributions. If you want I put in a googledrive link.

Att
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Is there any ifort version that works on ubuntu 19.10? I tried parallel studio xe 2020 cluster edition but it doesn't work. 

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