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    Question Fortran77

    How can I start the Fortran 77-Compiler?
    openSuse Linux 11.1;
    gcc33-fortran and
    gcc33-fortran 32bit 3.3.3-7.10 loaded.

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    Default Re: Fortran77

    Quote Originally Posted by susejb
    How can I start the Fortran 77-Compiler?
    openSuse Linux 11.1;
    gcc33-fortran and
    gcc33-fortran 32bit 3.3.3-7.10 loaded.

    susejb
    Hi
    I would image the command gfortran

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    Smile Re: Fortran77

    The answer for Fortran 77 is simply
    g77-3.3
    But why do I have to find this bei trial and error?
    Anyway, thanks for the hint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susejb View Post
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    But why do I have to find this bei trial and error?
    Because you don't know the "query"-options of rpm? (i.e. "rpm -ql NAME_OF_INSTALLED_PACKAGE")

    => j.engelh's site - The odds of (low-level) package management — quick command reference

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