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compile of userlogic.for failed

Priyadarshnam
Beginner
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Hi,

I am using intel Fortran as a prerequisite of software Thermal desktop. Now while running the software it is showing the following error " Compile or link of userlogic.for failed-see message_case1.txt in your input file subdirectory"

The content inside the message_case1.txt was

Current patch level =23

Version = 6.1 Intel Fortran

 

I have gone through the following post,  I ran the software as administrator, but it didn't resolve the issue. 

https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-Fortran-Compiler/Thermal-Desktop-SINDA-FLUINT-quot-ifort-error-...

 

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Arjen_Markus
Valued Contributor III
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Apparently, the code in the file userlogic.for either contains syntactical errors or it is referring to routines that are not linked in or some such problem. Since you do not provide us with either the source code or the actual error messages from the compiler or linker, we cannot provide any specific advice. Is it possible for you to show the source code? Or the actual error messages?

mecej4
Black Belt
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You have to state which, if any, versions of Visual Studio and Intel Fortran are installed on your system for use with a third party package such as Abaqus, Sinda-Fluint, etc. There was never a version 6.1 of Intel Fortran, as far as I know.

Please go to the package vendor and find out which version of Intel Fortran they recommend that you use. If you have a later version of Intel Fortran, you may be able to get it to work, but that requires changing startup script files from the package vendor, and we have no idea what is in those scripts. Usually, what you can try is to edit those scripts to change the Intel Fortran compiler version and installation paths and, possibly, some related environment variables.

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