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  • Ian Badcoe
    Hi, Intel seem to be offering free copies of some of their Linux development products for non-commercial use. Their definition of non-commercial is a bit
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2004
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      Hi,
      Intel seem to be offering free copies of some of their Linux development
      products for non-commercial use. Their definition of "non-commercial" is a
      bit strict (e.g. academic research is _not_ non-commercial in their book)
      but even then you might get some use out of it, e.g. students can use it
      for projects...

      There's even mention of VTune, which is the bee's-knees when it comes to
      finding out where that CPU-time is going...

      http://www.intel.com/software/products/noncom/

      Ian B


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