Intel C++ Compiler Serial Key

Intel compilers like icc or icl are very useful for any cluster with Intel processors. They’ve been known to produce very efficient numerical code. If you are still a student, you can grab the student Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition, which includes Fortran and C/C++ for free for a year. Here’s our experience. If you need more information, definitely check out the official Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition guide.


You should have the GCC C and C++ compilers on your machine. I am using CentOS 7. You will need to install GCC C and C++ compilers on all the machines.

Getting the Intel compilers and MPI libraries

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I’m going to grab the student Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux, which lasts for a year. First thing to do is to join the Intel Developer Zone at the following link:

Both fortran and C/C compilers are in the parallel XE 12.1 intel composer package. If you only want the fortran compiler, you should choose the appropriate package. The install goes well with the three packages glibc libstdc5 cpio, unless the warning messages.

Fill your information and choose an Intel User ID to create. Now, you’ll have an account, but you’ll need to be a student to get the Intel compilers for free at:

Click on Linux underneath Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition. Check the items on the next page and fill your e-mail before submitting. After submitting, you’ll receive an e-mail labeled “Thank You for Your Interest in the Intell® Software Development Products.”

The e-mail contains a product serial number that should last a year. The e-mail also contains a DOWNLOAD button that you should click.

After visiting the link, you’ll be brought to Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux*. I prefer the Full Offline Installer Package (3994 MB). If you choose the Full Offline Installer Package, you will need to stay on that link and acquire your license file. In the red text, you’ll see the following sentence:

Once you click the here link, you’ll be brought into a Sign In page to download your license file. After signing in, you’ll see your licenses that you can download. Download your license file or e-mail it to yourself. If you download the license, it should be a lic file.

At this point, you should have downloaded two files. parallel_studio_xe_2016_update2.tgz contains the zipped archive of the Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition, and NCOM….lic is your license.

You should upload these two files to the shared folder of your cluster. My shared folder is /nfs, so I’ll be sending those two files to my /nfs folder.

Now, you can extract the tgz file by running:

We will put the license file as Licenses in /root.


Now, we will set up the Intel compilers and MPI libraries.

It should say Initializing, please wait… until a text GUI pops up for installation. Type the number option that installs the installation.

export PATH=/opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2016.2.181/linux/mpi/intel64/bin:$PATH

Intel C++ Compiler Name

Save and quit. Note: your directories may be slightly different based on the version of Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition you installed. Adjust those directories accordingly by searching whether the directories match.

Now, you should be able to access and use the Intel compilers as expected.


When you first run your mpirun command with the Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition, you may receive an error about RLIMIT_MEMLOCK being too small.