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Missing 32 bit HPC toolkit for 2023.0 oneAPI

Andrew_Smith
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Is this available or no longer supported? There is no download link

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Andrew_Smith
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I need to target 32 bit windows occasionally. Build MC is 64 bit.
I now see I can already do this, and it was my misunderstanding. I thought the 32 bit base toolkit needed to be paired with a 32 bit HPC in order to do this, but seams not. Case solved

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Ron_Green
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I don't understand.

Do you want to use the compiler on a very old 32bit OS PC?  

Or do you want to compile 32bit binaries that will be deployed to a 32bit machine?

Windows or Linux?

 

You can still target 32bit machines, you just cannot run the tools on 32bit machines.

 

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Andrew_Smith
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I need to target 32 bit windows occasionally. Build MC is 64 bit.
I now see I can already do this, and it was my misunderstanding. I thought the 32 bit base toolkit needed to be paired with a 32 bit HPC in order to do this, but seams not. Case solved

JohnNichols
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The 32 bit MKL and something else would not fit into the base kit, so Intel made a second base kit.  That is the urban myth from Intel.  It sounds reasonable. 

I am updating the base kit on a NUC at the moment and it just failed to update, blast and tarnation, the Dodgy Bros. strike again. 

As I watch the update I have some spare time, I do not want to jinx it, so I am just reading the posts and enjoying myself.  

 

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