I have Intel fortran running on a linux machine. I also have Visual Studio running on a mac. Is it possible to use the mac to remotely edit, debug, compile and run Fortran applications on a Linux machine?
Sure. Log in to a shell on the Linux machine from the machine, open a shell-based editor (vi, vim, emacs -nw), edit your code, debug it, and compile it.
ha! I incorrectly stated my question. I wanted to use visual studio as a remote IDE for intel fortran (my main goal was GUI for debugging and editing)
I might be wrong, but I don't think that's possible, because the X Windows System on Linux doesn't support the graphical frontends of MAC OS X, the other way works running XQuartz.