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Install Intel fortran compiler for Linux

PF59
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Hi,  I was provided with the website and downloaded the following package:: Intel® Parallel Studio XE Professional Edition for Fortran and C++ Linux*.  I then installed using the "install.sh" and the installation went smoothly since I chose all the defaults.  BTW, there is another installation file, "install_GUI.sh".  I did not run the _GUI file.

I tried to compile and run a test fortran file, which  I was able to run on another machine with ubuntu/Intel fortran compiler, but it fails.  The new laptop does not recognize what "ifort" command is.

Have I achieved my goal: install the fortran compiler in my ubuntu machine?  Or  what have I installed?  Where can I see the installed files? Is there anything I still need to do?

Thanks.

PF59

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mecej4
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You open a command shell, and "source" the Intel shell script as described at:

https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/setting-up-the-build-environment-for-u...

 

PF59
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I followed the instructions.  Did the following:

source compilervars.sh intel64 

source /opt/intel/parallel_studio_xe_2018/bin/psxevars.csh intel64

 

Then I generated a local fortran test file, "hello.f90"

print *," Hello"

end

ifort -o hello hello.f90

The following error messages showed up:

ld: cannot find -lm
ld: cannot find -lpthread
ld: cannot find -lc

 

Anything I missed in configuring the installation?

jimdempseyatthecove
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