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reinstall of Intel® Cluster Studio XE for Linux*

Rolf_A_1
Beginner
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Hi, we purchased Intel Cluster Studio XE for Linux in 2014, still have the serial number and the original install file (l_ics_2013.1.046.tgz), with the license in /opt/intel/licenses. We will be doing an OS upgrade and bare metal install, and are wondering if we can still just run install.sh again, and copy the license file as such -- is there any other procedure we need to follow? I ask because for some reason the software is not shown under the licenses under my login (either as updates, hidden, etc.) ... and am wondering if this indicates some problem that should be addressed before the upgrade. $ ifort --version ifort (IFORT) 14.0.2 20140120 Copyright (C) 1985-2014 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Thanks for your help-- //rolf
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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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If you have the license file, you should be able to use that as the "activation method" rather than the serial number (which will work only for the version that was current when the SN was generated.) For the issue of not seeing the license in your account at the Intel Registration Center, you will need to submit that as a question to the Intel Online Service Center. That should not affect your reinstallation.

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Steve_Lionel
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If you have the license file, you should be able to use that as the "activation method" rather than the serial number (which will work only for the version that was current when the SN was generated.) For the issue of not seeing the license in your account at the Intel Registration Center, you will need to submit that as a question to the Intel Online Service Center. That should not affect your reinstallation.

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Rolf_A_1
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Steve Lionel (Ret.) wrote:

If you have the license file, you should be able to use that as the "activation method" rather than the serial number (which will work only for the version that was current when the SN was generated.) For the issue of not seeing the license in your account at the Intel Registration Center, you will need to submit that as a question to the Intel Online Service Center. That should not affect your reinstallation.

Steve, thanks as always for your help with this.

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