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Fortran compiler output directory

JimH_7
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I am trying to integrate some existing software to an new OS (Oracle Linux Server 8.5")

When I ran CMake (which compiles C++ and Fortran code) it seems the output file for Fortran does not exist on this new machine and OS.

I get this error message in the CMakeError.log:

 

Compiling the Fortran compiler identification source file "CMakeFortranCompilerId.F" failed.

Compiler: /pkg/intel/Compiler/11.0/083/bin/intel64/ifort

Build flags:

Id flags: 

 

The output was:

127

/pkg/intel/Compiler/11.0/083/bin/intel64/ifort: line 57: /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/083/bin/intel64/ifortbin: No such file or directory

 

Thanks.

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Ron_Green
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Odd - does the file exist?  /opt/intel/Compiler/11.0/083/bin/intel64/ifortbin

It should.  I see it in my older installation of 11.0 084. 

When you set up for the compilation with your bash shell environment, you did this yes?:

source /pkg/intel/Compiler/11.0/083/bin/ifortvars.sh intel64

 

did you get any errors when you did this?

You are not using a batch system to submit jobs are you?

And you get this output to these 2 command?  Well SIMILAR output for your /pkg/intel directory path :

 

 which ifort

/cts/tools/compiler/cpro/Compiler/11.0/084-dbg/bin/intel64/ifort

 

which ifortbin

/cts/tools/compiler/cpro/Compiler/11.0/084-dbg/bin/intel64/ifortbin

Barbara_P_Intel
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I wonder if there may be issues running an older compiler like this one on a modern OS. Did you check the release notes?

 

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