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Build ia-32 binaries with emt64 (ifort 9.0.021)

I've just installed Intel Fortran EMT64 for Linux on a dual Opteron machine.

I would like to compile the f90 sample code (from /opt/intel/fce/9.0/doc/samples) for IA-32 to be run on my laptop.

I used ifort -xW int_sin.f90 but the resulting binary is 64bit.

Is it possible to get an 32bit binary?

Thanks,

Manuel Monteiro

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You need to install the 32-bit compiler. Start the compiler install as normal, and when it asks you if you want a typical or custom install, select custom. Then you'll get the option of the 32-bit compiler. It is installed to the /opt/intel/fc/9.0 path.
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In a normal installation of ifort 9.0, you will have 32- and 64-bit installations of ifort in separate directories. As Steve indicated, the 32-bit environment would be set up by the scripts which are installed by default in /opt/intel/fc/9.0. This requires the presence of the 32-bit gcc development libraries, which are optional in some x86-64 installations.
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On our dual Opteron system running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation v3.2, the system administrator had to install the rpms to put the 32-bit libraries in /usr/lib because they were not installed by default. The 64-bit libraries are in /usr/lib64.
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Yes, this is pointed out in our Installation Guide.
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Hi,

On the same architecture (Dual Opteron), and running Linux 2.6.9-22 x86_64, I've installed ifort 9.0.021 but, the installer fails for the 64-bit compiler and only installs the 32-bit version.


I haven't seen this issue on the release notes. Does anyone else have undergone this problem and what might it be due to?

Thanks,


Baudilio
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What is the failure message?
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Hi Steve,

The error message is not very suggestive but, here it is:


.....etc....
Processing Intel Fortran Compiler for Intel EM64T-based applications, Version 9.0


Values in [...] are the default values.
You can just hit the Enter key where you want to use the default values.

Where do you want to install to? Specify directory starting with '/'. [/opt/intel/fce/9.0] :

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Intel Fortran Compiler for Intel EM64T-based applications, Version 9.0
Installing...
Installation failed.
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Interesting. Please submit an issue to Intel Premier Support and supply as much information as you can about your environment.

I will note that a new Linux Fortran package is available as of today (9.0.028) from Premier Support File Downloads.
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