Is it possible to have a version of the ifort compiler inside a docker image which then hosted on Docker Hub?
Would there be any issues with having the compiler on Docker Hub (public) even if no license was in the image?
Does this require a special license?
This would specifically be for Docker images with ubuntu and other linux derivations.
This is being discussed internally. The current licensing mechanism is not friendly to Docker containers.
I will post an update, once I know more information.
We haven't heard back. Is there any progress on this?
In our use case, I was not planning on installing the intel compiler in the Docker container, but rather do a virtual mount of the directory into the docker container (i.e. docker -v /opt/intel:/opt/intel ...), but the license that is valid on the host does not seem to be valid in the Docker container.
Do you have any advise on this? Is this approach possible? I would like to use the license of the host operating system where this container is running.
This is for an academic research project comparing GCC, Clang and Intel for performance and computational reproducibility.
Does anyone have done distributed intel libraries inside a different docker containers ?
We are planning to create very less size of docker image. If i do full installation of intel then the size of image is becoming too big. So, to reduce image size we need help to understand is it possible to setup intel libraries in distributed mode
If anyone have idea. Please share your inputs.