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libc6 upgrade on Linux Mint 19.3 (Ubuntu 18,04 LTS) breaks ifort loader pass

Weed__Richard
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This is probably not an Intel problem but I'll post it here in case others encounter a similar problem. An upgrade to a libc-bin package pushed an upgrade to libc6 from 2.27-3ubuntu1.2 to 2.27-3ubuntu1.3 that appears to break ifort 19.1.2.254 load pass. The code compiles fine but when it tries to do link/load to create the final executable I get the following:

fort: error #10105: ld: core dumped
ifort: warning #10102: unknown signal(1958418608)
ifort: error #10106: Fatal error in ld, terminated by unknown

Obviously. something has been broken related to ld but I haven't a clue to what it might be. Has this problem been reported to Intel before. If so, would installing the lastest compiler update (update 4) fix it.

 

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Weed__Richard
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Installing parallel_studio_xe_2020_update4 appears to have fixed this problem on my Linux Mint 19.3 system

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