LINUX CLUSTER: vendors & critical issues
muno at aem.umn.edu
Wed Jun 12 12:20:50 PDT 2002
In looking over the documents indicated, I do not see anything that
grants use of the compilers for free.
"The scope of your license depends on the type of license you purchased from
Intel and the variety of license scopes are set forth below. "
Seems to indicate that the license covers only Eval or purchased licenses.
The following pages indicates that the Fortran compiler is $150/user
per machine. The cost for the C++ compiler is $100/user per machine.
Licensing by individual user would be a bit inflexible. I called the reseller
indicated on the page and they had no pricing info on floating licenses.
The license page indicated below alludes to floating license for non-commercial
Does anyone have any pointers to contact information for purchase/acquisition
of the Intel compilers for cluster use in an academic environment?
On Wed, Jun 12, 2002 at 01:45:34PM -0400, Rob Myers wrote:
> have your lawyer read the licenses for you at:
> i work for a .edu, so i think they're free for me :)
> On Wed, 2002-06-12 at 12:21, Joachim Worringen wrote:
> > Rob Myers wrote:
> > > 3. Be aware that the proprietary intel compilers are free.
> > Are you sure that this is still valid for the current version 6? It was
> > true for version 5, which was more a public beta test.
> > Joachim
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