Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit and Intel® HPC Toolkit Get Started for macOS*

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Date 11/07/2023

Get Started with the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit (Base Kit) and Intel® HPC Toolkit (HPC Kit) for macOS*


Starting with the 2024.0 release, macOS is no longer supported in Intel® oneAPI Toolkits and components.

Several Intel-led open source developer tool projects will continue supporting macOS on Apple Silicon including oneAPI Threading Building Blocks (oneTBB) and Intel® Implicit SPMD Program Compiler and we welcome the opportunity to work with contributors to expand support to additional tools in the future.

All macOS content will be removed from technical documentation in the 2024.1 release. If you need a copy of the documentation, click the Download button in the upper right or download it from the Downloadable Documentation site.

Follow These Steps for the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit and Intel® HPC Toolkit:

In order to build samples, both the Base Kit and HPC Kit must be installed. If the Base Kit is not installed, you will be missing key libraries required to build projects. If the HPC Kit is not installed, you will be missing a compatible compiler. To install these kits, please see the Intel oneAPI Toolkits page for installation options.

  1. Configure Your System.
  2. Build and Run a sample project using Command Line.
  3. After you have run a sample, learn more about the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit and the Intel® HPC Toolkit in Next Steps.

An offline copy of this Get Started is available on the Downloadable Documentation page.

Choose Your Toolkit

If you are using the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit or the Intel® HPC Toolkit, go to Configure Your System, as described in step 1 above.
If you are using a toolkit other than the Base Kit or HPC Kit, follow the links below to find steps to configure your system and run a sample project: