Installing Intel Compilers

There is an important update about Intel compilers since 2021: the Intel compilers are now completely free of charge, and can be installed on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.

The Intel OneAPI Software is the free Intel software that contains also the Intel Fortran and C++ compilers, the debugger and the MKL libraries. oneAPI is an Intel open, unified programming model built on standards to simplify development and deployment of data-centric workloads across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and other accelerators.

You can find here userful info about the OneAPI SW and its toolkit packages.

In order to get the compiler, degugger and mkl libraries it is sufficient to install two toolkits: the "Intel OneAPI Base Toolkit" and the "Intel OneAPI HPC Toolkit" which is the one containing the compilers, debugger and mkl libraries (but it requires also the base toolkit to work).

Here some useful help pages.

We have installed these compilers on the SISSA Linux workstations. You find them among the modules, loading the last intel compiler version with the command line:

module load intel

but you can also install them on your laptop or personal desktop.

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