If there is a award for the most useful website on the Internet, I’d nominate this one: https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/IntrinsicsGuide/
only work well after gcc-multilib has been installed. An intel dev in the forums wrote that not even the intel 12.x compilers will support ubuntu’s new lib-folder structure so keep in mind to install gcc-multilib on new systems as this is not done per default.
Sehr lesenswerter Artikel im insideHPC Blog über die neue
FinFET 3-D FET Tri-Gate Wundertechnologie von Intel. Da scheint gerade jemand echt Angst vor ARM zu haben. IMHO ist der Fehler von Intel ja schon früher passiert, und zwar an der Stelle der Geschichte als sie die Chance hatten x86 den Todesstoß zu versetzen, es aber nicht getan haben. Aber lest selbst:
trying to install the latest version of intel compilers cause some amount of trouble as you do not only need the old and now dropped version 5 of libstdc++ – you also need it for x86_64 and i386. Both packages are available from the jaunty (9.04) Version of Ubuntu – but both packages install to /usr/lib whereas on an 64bit system the 32bit version has to be installed to /usr/lib32. So the 32bit deb has to be installed “manually” – all the details are now available on an intel-site:
This small info was missing in the post here
It’s funny that I was pointed to an german article from Andreas Stiller (whom I met recently at Seattle Airport on the way to SC09) at the slashdot website:
The essence is – Microsoft is using the APIC-timer which causes some hangups as this timer causes to much interrupts for the hypervisor.