penglish at hydro.washington.edu
Fri Apr 16 14:47:33 PDT 2004
Dominik Epple epple at tphys.physik.uni-tuebingen.de wrote:
>The required procedure is described in the error message when
>you try to install the port with missing distfiles. You have
>to follow the steps described there step by step.
>It really works - even if it seems first it wouldn't.
It *did* work for me, the problem was that all that I could get was:
The port is expecting:
Or rather it was when I sent my original email. Now it is expecting:
I have verified in the intel developer forums and it does appear that this
is indeed the paid-for version.
Not that I'm complaining mind you - it is a real treat having a port for
this such that we can generate FreeBSD binaries. The problem is that I
don't think my boss will spring the $700 for the Intel compilers, but as
we are a non-commercial institution we DO qualify to use the free version
as much as we want.
What would be a *super* treat is to have 2 ports, one for the
non-commercial, lagging slightly behind version and one for the current
version. But since I haven't heard back from the port maintainer for the
current one, I somehow doubt this will happen.
>On Mon, Apr 05, 2004 at 03:41:12PM -0700, Paul English wrote:
>> register, Intel tells me to go here to download:
>> I also tried messing around with the port to make it work with the
>> older version, but even if I futz with the checksum in distinfo and the
>> version numbers in the makefile, rpm2cpio chokes on it.
Strange - I did this also while Intel's servers did take time to
communicate and it worked.
I should have posted the direct link, which is to here:
You mention logging into premier.intel.com - I never did that, only used
the clickthroughs on the site to download the free version, and even that
requires registration and once you've registered they send you the URL.
I believe that is because you paid for the compilers, right?
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