Knitro 10.3 is supported on the platforms described in the table below.
|Windows 32-bit||Windows Server 2008, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10||AMD Duron/Intel Pentium3 or later x86 CPU|
|Windows 64-bit||Windows Server 2008, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10||Any AMD64 or Intel EM64T enabled 64-bit CPU|
|Linux 64-bit||RedHat (glibc2.5+) compatible (parallel features require OpenMP)||Any AMD64 or Intel EM64T enabled 64-bit CPU|
|Mac OS X 64-bit||Version 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or later||Intel EM64T enabled 64-bit CPU|
For enquiries about using Knitro on unsupported platforms, please contact Artelys.
Listed below are the C/C++ compilers used to build Knitro, and the Java and Fortran compilers used to test programmatic interfaces. It is usually not difficult for Artelys to compile Knitro in a different environment (for example, it is routinely recompiled to specific versions of gcc on Linux). Contact us if your application requires special compilation of Knitro.
> Windows (32-bit x86) > > C/C++ > Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 10.0 > > Java: > 1.6 > > R: > R 3.0 (R interface) > Windows (64-bit x86_64) > > C/C++: > Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 10.0 > > Java: > 1.6 > > R: > R 3.0 (R interface) > Linux (64-bit x86_64) > > C/C++: > gcc/g++ 4.4.7 > > C/C++: > gcc/g++ 4.1.2 (sequential version) > > Java: > 1.6 > > R: > R 3.0 (R interface), gcc/g++ 4.6.3 > Mac OS X (64-bit x86_64) > > C/C++: > gcc/g++ 4.2.1 (XCode 4.4.0) > > Java: > 1.6 > > R: > R 3.0 (R interface)
Note that for 64-bit Linux, the parallel features
in the standard Knitro libraries require you to have versions of
gcc/g++ that support OpenMP so that these libraries are
compatible for linking against. If you wish to use an older
version of gcc/g++ on Linux, then you can only use the sequential
versions of the Knitro libraries on this platform. See the
README file provided in the
for more information.
Instructions for installing the Knitro package on supported platforms
are given below. After installing, view the
README.txt files, then test
the installation by running one of the examples provided
with the distribution.
The Knitro product contains example interfaces written in various
programming languages under the directory
Each example consists of a main driver program coded in the given language
that defines an optimization problem and invokes Knitro to solve it.
Examples also contain a makefile illustrating how to link the
Knitro library with the target language driver program.