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    openSUSE 12.3

    Hello, I need to install fortran and i have found a very nice and comprehensive guide how to do this:

    http://software.intel.com/en-us/arti...rs-on-opensuse

    I am now at the point where I have installed gcc33 and libstdc++33, but now it mentions:
    "....locate the Intel compiler tarball named *_intel64.tgz, for example, l_cprof_p_11.1.046_intel64.tgz and install....."

    How can i locate that? Is it within Linux, online? I know this might be a very silly question, but I am stuck!

    Thanks,
    Vasilis

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpappasmet View Post
    openSUSE 12.3

    Hello, I need to install fortran and i have found a very nice and comprehensive guide how to do this:

    http://software.intel.com/en-us/arti...rs-on-opensuse

    I am now at the point where I have installed gcc33 and libstdc++33, but now it mentions:
    "....locate the Intel compiler tarball named *_intel64.tgz, for example, l_cprof_p_11.1.046_intel64.tgz and install....."

    How can i locate that? Is it within Linux, online? I know this might be a very silly question, but I am stuck!

    Thanks,
    Vasilis
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    This info is being specifically posted to satisfy the OP request of where they can obtain an Intel Fortran Compiler.

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    Default Re: some help with intel fortran compiler

    vpappasmet wrote:
    >
    > openSUSE 12.3
    >
    > Hello, I need to install fortran and i have found a very nice and
    > comprehensive guide how to do this:
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/lwmq8ah
    >
    > I am now at the point where I have installed gcc33 and libstdc++33, but
    > now it mentions:
    > "....locate the Intel compiler tarball named *_intel64.tgz, for
    > example, l_cprof_p_11.1.046_intel64.tgz and install....."
    >
    > How can i locate that? Is it within Linux, online? I know this might be
    > a very silly question, but I am stuck!
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Vasilis
    >
    >


    Did you already try the compiler present in the repos ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by vazhavandan View Post
    vpappasmet wrote:
    >
    > openSUSE 12.3
    >
    > Hello, I need to install fortran and i have found a very nice and
    > comprehensive guide how to do this:
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/lwmq8ah
    >
    > I am now at the point where I have installed gcc33 and libstdc++33, but
    > now it mentions:
    > "....locate the Intel compiler tarball named *_intel64.tgz, for
    > example, l_cprof_p_11.1.046_intel64.tgz and install....."
    >
    > How can i locate that? Is it within Linux, online? I know this might be
    > a very silly question, but I am stuck!
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Vasilis
    >
    >


    Did you already try the compiler present in the repos ?



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    In fact, I have not. So, gcc33-fortran is there. What about the "g++ 3.3 " that I have seen on the Intel website?
    Is that the gcc33-c++?

    After I download them, how could i compile a simple program to test it?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: some help with intel fortran compiler

    vpappasmet wrote:
    >
    > vazhavandan;2576793 Wrote:
    >> vpappasmet wrote:
    >>>
    >>> openSUSE 12.3
    >>>
    >>> Hello, I need to install fortran and i have found a very nice and
    >>> comprehensive guide how to do this:
    >>>
    >>> http://tinyurl.com/lwmq8ah
    >>>
    >>> I am now at the point where I have installed gcc33 and libstdc++33,

    >> but
    >>> now it mentions:
    >>> "....locate the Intel compiler tarball named *_intel64.tgz, for
    >>> example, l_cprof_p_11.1.046_intel64.tgz and install....."
    >>>
    >>> How can i locate that? Is it within Linux, online? I know this might

    >> be
    >>> a very silly question, but I am stuck!
    >>>
    >>> Thanks,
    >>> Vasilis
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> Did you already try the compiler present in the repos ?
    >>
    >> [image: http://paste.opensuse.org/images/82651322.png]
    >>
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    >> openSUSE Release 12.3 (Dartmouth) 64-bit
    >> Kernel Linux 3.7.10-1.16-desktop

    >
    >
    > In fact, I have not. So, gcc33-fortran is there. What about the "*g++
    > 3.3 " *that I have seen on the Intel website?
    > Is that the gcc33-c++?
    >
    > After I download them, how could i compile a simple program to test it?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >

    install compiler

    Code:
    sudo zypper in gcc-fortran
    type program ,compile it and execute it. Example
    Code:
    $cat hello.f
    PROGRAM HELLO
    *     The PRINT statement is like WRITE,
    *     but prints to the standard output unit
    PRINT '(A)', 'Hello, world'
    STOP
    END
    $gfortran hello.f
    $./a.out
    Hello, world
    $
    source:-
    http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Fortran...les#FORTRAN_77
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    Ok, i have installed the compiler. now, which applications are quite convenient to write the script? vi? or what else?
    I typed a script in vi and saved it, then tried to run it but gave me errors with non-numeric characters.
    If you could explain in some more detail how to write a script and execute it, then i will catch up the rest. i know how to do such thhins in windows, but not in linux.

    thanks

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    Default Re: some help with intel fortran compiler

    vi takes some getting used tothough it is ver good if you know it. If you are running a GUI then any of the supplied text editors will work and much more Windows like. Look in the menu under System-utilities-editor which one(s) are there depends on which GUI but there are many others available in the repos.

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    Default Re: some help with intel fortran compiler

    vpappasmet wrote:
    >
    > Ok, i have installed the compiler. now, which applications are quite
    > convenient to write the script? vi? or what else?
    > I typed a script in vi and saved it, then tried to run it but gave me
    > errors with non-numeric characters.
    > If you could explain in some more detail how to write a script and
    > execute it, then i will catch up the rest. i know how to do such thhins
    > in windows, but not in linux.
    >
    > thanks
    >
    >

    Regarding editors, vi "according to me" is old school. It can be used on
    "nix" systems which have no GUI.On GNOME i used gedit to write the
    program, more specifically copy and paste the source code from the link
    posted earlier. If you use KDE, use KEDIT to edit the programs.

    Save the source code files as <abc>.f

    I have also shown you how to compile the code in previous post.
    Code:
    gfortran <hello>.f
    To execute you need to "run"/execute the a.out file that is created
    after compilation
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