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I am developing a program that will run on a Win2000 machine, writing results to a file on a Linux machine (using Samba). A program on the Linux box will then read this file. However, I am having an issue with the line termination characters. Is it possible, on the Linux side, to compile the program such that it will treat a CR-LF as terminating a record in a formatted file, or, conversely, is it possible to write the file (using Compaq Visual Fortran 6) such that it will terminate a record in a formatted file with a LF. As the Linux box needs to read the file as soon as it is created, and the files are updated regularly I can't use FTP to transfer the files in ASCII mode.