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ifort in Docker container

Is it possible to have a version of the ifort compiler inside a docker image which then hosted on Docker Hub?

Would there be any issues with having the compiler on Docker Hub (public) even if no license was in the image?

Does this require a special license?

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Hello,

I will find out.

If it's possible for us to do this, which OS would you want for the container?  There are various flavors of Linux, but I believe this is the only official Windows container: https://hub.docker.com/r/microsoft/windowsservercore/

Thank you,

Eugene

 

 

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Hi Eugene,

Thank you for getting back so promptly.

I now realize that I have posted this message in the Windows section, but it would actually refer to any OS system inside a Docker image. Which would include the likes of Ubuntu, Solaris, Opensuse and possibly Windows.

Thanks,

Tom

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Hello,

I wanted to install Fortran in a Windows docker container. Unfortunately I was not successful.

Visual Studio is already installed inside the container. I attached the log files from the container.

Can you please assist me?

Best regards

Andreas

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No idea? :-)

The same command worked with a clean Windows 10 installation with vs 2013

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Any update to this?

We would like to be able to put together a number of docker images that pair up compilers. i.e.

Windows:

                 MSVS 2015 and Intel 15 FORTRAN

                 MSVS 2017 and Intel 18 FORTRAN

Linux

                 Gcc and Intel 18 FORTRAN

 

All of these acessable via a Dockered Jenkins

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