a boring question of install intel fortran complier!

a boring question of install intel fortran complier!

IinstallIntelFortran90Compiler inFreeBSD according this following link :
http://ezine.daemonnews.org/200209/ifc.html
Butatthelaststepof"Compilingourfirstprogram",Igotthefollowingerrorhints:

www#ifc-tpp7-xi-O3*.f90
export:unknownoption:-n
exec:-a:notfound

Somedetailsaboutmyinstallingstepsareshownasfollows:

MyoperationsystemisFreeBSD5.1,andtheversionoftheIntelFortranCompile
rIusedisl_fc_p_8.0.034.tar.gz.Thus,whenIinstallthecompileraccordingt
oyourarticle,differentthingsexist.Forexample,
1,
ln-s/usr/compat/linux/lib/ld-2.2.2.so/usr/compat/linux/usr/lib/libc.so.1

atfact,Ididn'tfindld-2.2.2.sointhedirectoryof"/usr/compat/linux/lib/",
onlyld-2.2.4.so,soIperformedthecommandof"
ln-s/usr/compat/linux/lib/ld-2.2.4.so/usr/compat/linux/usr/lib/libc.so.1"

2,
Yousaidthe"ifc"shellscriptmustbeeditedtomakeitwork.Icomparedthe"
ifc"shellscriptwithmine,thedifferentthingsarethe.
Foritsconvenience,Igivemy'ifc"shellasfollows,Ihopeyoucanhelpmeto
takealook.

#!/bin/sh

if[-zINTEL_LICENSE_FILE]
then
INTEL_LICENSE_FILE=/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/licenses;
else
INTEL_LICENSE_FILE=$INTEL_LICENSE_FILE:/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/licens
es;
fi
exportINTEL_LICENSE_FILE;

if[-zLD_LIBRARY_PATH]
then
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/lib;
else
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
fi
exportLD_LIBRARY_PATH;

if[-zPATH]
then
PATH=/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/bin;
else
PATH=/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/bin:$PATH;
fi
exportPATH;

export-nIA32ROOT;unsetIA32ROOT;

if[$#!=0]
then
exec-a"/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/bin/ifc"/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_
fc_80/bin/ifcbin"$@";
else
exec-a"/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_fc_80/bin/ifc"/usr/compat/linux/opt/intel_
fc_80/bin/ifcbin;
fi

What is the problem with my install steps ? Could you help me?

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FreeBSD isn't one of the supported platforms. You may be able to make it work, but it isn't something Intel can help you with.

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