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Sudhir1
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Fortran 11.0.72 License file

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Hi

I am using Intel Fortran 11.0.072 for last 5 year. Since yesterday I started getting message Flexlm error. Then I tried to re-install FORTRAN. It gave me error license file is invalid. Could you please send me the license file named - intel_TBE.lic

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Ronald_G_Intel
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I have escalated this issue to our License and Startup Support team. They'll help you out with your old 11.0 license IF POSSIBLE.  Keep in mind the System Requirements for the 11.0 compiler - I hope you have a really old OS installed:

Linux:  RHEL 4, 5, or 6.   Ubuntu 10.04

Windows: XP SP3, Vista, Window 7, Windows server 2003.  Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.

If you are trying to install on anything newer it will not work.

As others have said, your best bet is to try the oneAPI Compiler IFORT (not IFX) and get your code to work with it.

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andrew_4619
Valued Contributor III
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why not use the latest OneAPI Fortran compiler, it is free to download and use, only technical support is to pay for if you wanted that. 11.x is very very old.

 

Sudhir1
Beginner
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Thanks for reply

I tried compiling my programme using new OneAPI fortran but couldn't succeed in compiling the code which i have written over 5-6 years. Is there any way to convert same code which can run in new fortran or debugging line by line is the only option. 

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Thanks & Regards

Sudhir

 

JohnNichols
Valued Contributor I
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1. It is very unlikely that the new compiler will not directly compile the old code

2. New compilers fix bugs that old compilers missed and fixing unknown bugs is important 

3. Tell us the errors - give a screen shot of a log file. 

4. It is worth the effort 

andrew_4619
Valued Contributor III
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post the buildlog.html file which has all the compile options and errors in it. Most "problems" will be a very easy fix either by compiler option or fixing code non-conformances that were not picked up in the older  compiler.

 

Ronald_G_Intel
Moderator
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I have escalated this issue to our License and Startup Support team. They'll help you out with your old 11.0 license IF POSSIBLE.  Keep in mind the System Requirements for the 11.0 compiler - I hope you have a really old OS installed:

Linux:  RHEL 4, 5, or 6.   Ubuntu 10.04

Windows: XP SP3, Vista, Window 7, Windows server 2003.  Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.

If you are trying to install on anything newer it will not work.

As others have said, your best bet is to try the oneAPI Compiler IFORT (not IFX) and get your code to work with it.

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Sudhir1
Beginner
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First error I got is

VC.exe not found

andrew_4619
Valued Contributor III
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I am not sure you will get an solution to such a question. What did you actually do?