To whom it may concern:
I use MSC Software MSC Marc Finite Element Analysis Software with user-subroutine Fortran routines in Redhat Linux.
My student license for Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux has expired and hence I am looking if I can crossover to OneAPI now.
The latest MSC Marc software states that it needs Intel Fortran XE 19.04 compiler. I am unsure if that is only available in Parallel Studio and/or OneAPI.
I would appreciate understand where Intel Fortran 19.04 compiler is available?
I have e-mailed the firstname.lastname@example.org to acquire a new student serial number, but have not received any reply as of yet.
Any assistance would be much appreciated with all my questions.
- Intel Fortran 19.04
- Intel Fortran XE 19.04
- Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition
- MSC Marc
- Redhat Linux
With regards the above I have summarised it differently:
Hi Gary, Intel® Parallel Studio XE has transitioned over to Intel® oneAPI now. With this transition, the latest version of the compilers are now a part of the toolkit. 19.0.4 is an older version of the compiler that is not a part of the toolkit.
The latest version of the Fortran compiler is 2021.3.0. which is a part of the Intel® oneAPI HPC Toolkit. However, if you do want to install it, make sure you install the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit first. To download them, please visit: https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/free-intel-software-developer-tools.ht...
Gary, we have contacted you privately regarding your issue. Please check your inbox and share us the information there as it is non-public in nature.