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Re^4: Intel MPI Library Runtime for Linux to run firefly

Thomas Pijper

Dear Veinardi,

Thank you for providing these directions.

Kind regards,

On Mon Oct 24 '16 8:40pm, Veinardi Suendo wrote
>Dear All,

>This is the link that explain how to obtain the old version/32 bit version libraries from Intel:


>Actually, it is simply by registering the new version of free library and then ask for the older version in the menu explained above.

>Best regards,


>On Sat Oct 22 '16 9:19pm, Veinardi Suendo wrote
>>Dear Thom,

>>I got a nice information concerning the old free runtime library from Intel website, actually they still have a repository there. I have just got the exact version as you suggested.

>>I wish this will help our colleagues who need some legacy 32 bit Intel libraries.

>>Best regards,


>>On Sun Oct 2 '16 9:37pm, Thomas Pijper wrote
>>>Dear Veinardi,

>>>Yes, this will work. However, you must use a 32-bit version of Intel MPI. Unfortunately, Intel has removed 32-bit support as of version 5.0 of their MPI implementation. The last version that supports 32-bit is Intel MPI version 4.1 Update 3.

>>>A note for Windows users: free Intel MPI runtimes are also available for Windows. Also here, version 4.1 Update 3 is the latest version that can be used with Firefly.
>>>Kind regards,
>>>On Fri Sep 30 '16 8:06pm, Veinardi Suendo wrote
>>>>Dear All,

>>>>I am just curious that Intel has released a free MPI Library Runtime for Linux ( Is it enough to run firefly code completely (i.e. Firefly version 8.2.0 download links, Linux/Intel MPI, dynamically linked version) or is it necessary to purchase the complete version. I am just wondering because to run firefly we do not need to compile anything but the mpi library.

>>>>Thank you very much in advance,

>>>>Best regards,


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