Please can some1 guide me to the intallation and test use of intel fortran compiler pls. I m a total newbie to this. I ve managed to follow info on the web to download and install the non comercial version of intel fortra compiler 11.1 on my 32bit system but when try to compile a simple test it does not work. Please can some1 tell me what to do pls.
I installed the Intel Fortran Composer XE from this link on my Debian Linux system, which includes the Intel Fortran Compiler. I installed it to opt/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.0.080, but now I'm not sure how to run it. I followed the instructions in this question to install the environment variables, but now I'm trying to run the IDE.
Well, I've been asking myself this question for quite a long time by now.
I started using the GNU Fortran compiler (gfortran) and I was quite happy. But then I started hearing that the Intel Fortran compiler (ifort) was better because it was optimized for Intel processors (and therefore optimized for most computers today as a consequence that Intel has the greater share of the market).
I need to install Fortran compiler on Linux distribution . I don't have root access to use rpm or yum to install compiler . Is there any way I can get it ?
Are there any sites that has fortran compiler . Any links to download and install .
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (32bit-i386) in my desktop PC. I need g77 compiler for some specific applications. The app can only be installed after having g77 compiler. This specific app is designed based on g77 fortran compiler and can't be used with gfortran which is the standard available compiler in 12.04 LTS.
And guide me the procedure to install g77 in 12.04.
One of the prerequisites for a package that I want to use, Delft3D, is mpich2 but for everything to work correctly Delft3D and mpich2 both need to be compiled with the same compiler, in this case Intel Fortran Compiler v12.
The instructions in the readme file included with the MPICH2-1.4.1p1 release were followed and completed without error but compiling Delft3D fails, see attached file for mpi