[nSLUG] help with Fortran

Vikram Chhatre crypticlineage at gmail.com
Sun Dec 5 21:13:10 AST 2010


The problem has been solved.  It was as simple as screwed up end of
line characters in compile.sh.  I manually executed each of the
commands and they all ran successfully.

Ah, the joy.

V



On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 6:55 PM, Vikram Chhatre <crypticlineage at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello NSLUGers,
>
> Hope everyone is enjoying fall colors in Nova Scotia, no such fun here
> in Texas where we still have warm nights.  We have beautiful skies
> though.
>
> Anyway, I am writing today to get some help on installing a program
> that was written in Fortran.  This is not for Linux but for Mac OSX
> 10.6.5.  Hope that will be okay to post on the list.
>
> The program in question is:  GS3, a scientific analysis software.  The
> webpage is located at:  http://snp.toulouse.inra.fr/~alegarra/.  The
> archive contains various file types that include:
>
> ALliball.f90            fspaksub.f              second.f
> compile.bat             gs3.exe                 sparse.f90
> compile.sh              gs3.f90                 sparse2.f
> exo.txt                 kind.f90                sparssub.f
> fspak.f                 pcg.f90                 together.cage.par
> fspak90.f90             pedigri.dat
>
> The contents of compile.sh are posted here:  http://pastebin.ca/2011585
> The errors I get when I invoke the compile.sh file are also on the
> same pastebin.
>
> My gfortran compiler version is 4.5.x.  I am trying to understand why
> the compile is failing.  Is it because my system lacks some library or
> whether there is a problem with the code of GS3 software.
>
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thank you for your valuable time.
> Vikram
>



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