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GAMESS(US) ifort choice

Dmitry_G_
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Hello. I'm attempting to compile GAMESS(US) from sources using ifort compiler, but even with the environmental variables set up I get this issue:

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Help me to learn and fix the problem, please. 

 

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TimP
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If ifort is installed on your machine, you will need e.g. "source /opt/intel/compilers/bin/compilervars.sh intel64" (depending on where it is installed and whether intel64 or ia32 support was chosen).  Then the which command and application setup should work.

mecej4
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Intel Fortran (and C, MKL, etc.) is usually installed under /opt/intel or another location chosen at installation time. Within that folder, there is a shell script (ifortvars.sh, ifortvars.csh) that you have to source before the Intel Fortran compiler can be used. Unlike Gfortran/GCC, the Intel Fortran driver is usually not installed in the /usr/bin directory, which is why you have to source the start-up script.

For details, please see the Parallel Studio release notes for your OS and compiler version.

Dmitry_G_
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Tim P. wrote:

If ifort is installed on your machine, you will need e.g. "source /opt/intel/compilers/bin/compilervars.sh intel64" (depending on where it is installed and whether intel64 or ia32 support was chosen).  Then the which command and application setup should work.



The thing is that I've done that.

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