I have a named-user licence for the Intel® Software Development Suite Student Edition for Linux* OS on my home machine (for which I paid $129).
I installed a trial on my office machine which expired. I want to re-activate this so that I can avoid a reinstallation.
I downloaded the *.lic license file from the registration centre and dropped it into the Intel/Licenses folder (which contains the expired trial license file)
But nothing happens - I still get "ifort: command not found".
Is there anything else one needs to do?
- Development Tools
- Intel® License Manager for FLEXlm*
- Intel® Software Development Products Registration Center
Tim P. wrote:
You still need to add the path settings, e.g. by sourcing the compilers.sh in your installation.
Doesn't work. (Was in my bash.rc anyway.) Get:
Error: A license for Comp-FL is not available (-5,357).
fort: error #10052: could not checkout FLEXlm license.
There are no other license files in the installation.
Evaluation license can only be extended for one month.
So, the license extension is not a long term solution.
Please refer to this LINK to convert the license to named-user.
If you still get problems on it, please submit the issue to Intel Premier Support (https://premier.intel.com) because your license info is secrete there.