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