intel Fortran Compiler 9.0 on Fedora Core 4

intel Fortran Compiler 9.0 on Fedora Core 4

Hi Hi,
i have biult a platformof Intel P4 660 EM 64T with OS Fedora Core4 and i have installed Intel Math lib 7.2.1 and Fortran compiler 9.0 to test 64-bit performance
But when itried to compileprograms,
it gave me the following error message:
rm -f vasp
ifort -i_dynamic -o vasp main.o base.o mpi.o smart_allocate.o xml.o constant.o jacobi.o main_mpi.o scala.o asa.o lattice.o poscar.o ini.o setex.o radial.o pseudo.o mgrid.o mkpoints.o wave.o wave_mpi.o symmetry.o symlib.o lattlib.o random.o nonl.o nonlr.o dfast.o choleski2.o mix.o charge.o xcgrad.o xcspin.o potex1.o potex2.o metagga.o constrmag.o pot.o cl_shift.o force.o dos.o elf.o tet.o hamil.o steep.o chain.o dyna.o relativistic.o LDApU.o sphpro.o paw.o us.o ebs.o wavpre.o wavpre_noio.o broyden.o dynbr.o rmm-diis.o reader.o writer.o tutor.o xml_writer.o brent.o stufak.o fileio.o opergrid.o stepver.o dipol.o xclib.o chgloc.o subrot.o optreal.o davidson.o edtest.o electron.o shm.o pardens.o paircorrection.o optics.o constr_cell_relax.o stm.o finite_diff.o elpol.o setlocalpp.o fft3dfurth.o fft3dlib.o -L../vasp.4.6.lib -ldmy ../vasp.4.6.lib/linpack_double.o -L/opt/intel/mkl721/lib/em64t -lmkl_lapack64 -L/opt/intel/mkl721/lib/em64t -lmkl_p4n -lpthread -lsvml -lguide -lpthread
IPO link: can not find "../vasp.4.6.lib/linpack_double.o"
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)
make: *** [vasp] Error 1
What's the problem??
Can anyone help me??

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For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

As you see, when you confuse the linker, the error messages aren't helpful. Do you have a reason for scrambling the order of .o files and library directives? Are you trying to use a 32-bit mkl library together with 64-bit mkl? You can't mix 32- and 64-bit .o and library files. "can not find.." is a usual ld message when you supply a 32-bit .o where 64-bit is expected. The other possibility, if ld agrees to a mixed link, is that your application suspends at the point where you try to switch between 32- and 64-bit code.

I'm sorry, could you explain your comment about confusing the linker. I've started having a similiar problem with fc9.0 since I've installed FC4. I didn't have it with FC3, so its not entirely the compiler's problem, but the Lahey compiler doesn't have the problem. My system is entirely 32 bits, so there is no problem with mixed sizes. Below are results from 2 different executions. The only difference is that the successful execution actually had to compile a dummy deck, while the execution that should only have executed the loader failed.

Failed:
ifort -o lsulib lsulib.o -L../lib -llsulib -lscale
IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)

Succeeded:
ifort -o lsulib lsulib.o ../dummy.f90 -L../lib -llsulib -lscale

Hi Hi,
As i am a starter for using Fortran compiler 9.0,
Could you mind explain to me thatwhere i have confuse the linker ??

Thanks!!!

After recently upgrading from Fedora Core 3 to Fedora Core 4 I'm experiencing a similar problem. For example:

ifort -c analytic_approx.F90 -o analytic_approx.o90
ifort -c qromb.f -o qromb.o
ifort -c polint.f -o polint.o
ifort -c trapzd.f -o trapzd.o
ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe
IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)

If I avoid creating object files it works OK, i.e.:

ifort analytic_approx.F90 qromb.f polint.f trapzd.f -o analytic_approx.exe

is successful.

Alternatively, I can make this work by switching off all optimizations:

ifort -c analytic_approx.F90 -o analytic_approx.o90 -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O0 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c qromb.f -o qromb.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O0 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c polint.f -o polint.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O0 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c trapzd.f -o trapzd.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O0 -w95 -extend_source
ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O0 -w95 -extend_source

is successful.

Not to give in too easily, here's what I tried next:

1) Try compiling with -O3 again:

ifort -c analytic_approx.F90 -o analytic_approx.o90 -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c qromb.f -o qromb.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c polint.f -o polint.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c trapzd.f -o trapzd.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)

failed as expected.

2) The linker appears to be looking for "(", so let's create it (I just create a dummy file):

echo null > (
ifort -c analytic_approx.F90 -o analytic_approx.o90 -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c qromb.f -o qromb.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c polint.f -o polint.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c trapzd.f -o trapzd.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
IPO link: can not find "AS_NEEDED"
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)

3) Now it's looking for "AS_NEEDED" so:

echo null > AS_NEEDED
ifort -c analytic_approx.F90 -o analytic_approx.o90 -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c qromb.f -o qromb.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c polint.f -o polint.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort -c trapzd.f -o trapzd.o -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source
ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source

which now works successfully.

I have no idea why the linker is looking for these two files. But creating them seems to placate it. If anyone knows what's going on here it wou
ld be nice to have a mor elegant solution!

Hope this helps with your problem.

-Andrew.

It would be useful to see the output of the ifort command doing the linking that has the -dryrun switch added. This will show the exact commands passed to ld.

Note that we do not claim support for Fedora.

Retired 12/31/2016

Here's the output when using -dryrun:

$ ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source -dryrun

/opt/intel/fc/9.0/bin/fortcom

-mP1OPT_version=900

-mGLOB_source_language=GLOB_SOURCE_LANGUAGE_F90

-mGLOB_tune_for_fort

-mGLOB_use_fort_dope_vector

-mP2OPT_static_promotion

-mP1OPT_print_version=FALSE

-mP3OPT_use_mspp_call_convention

-mCG_use_gas_got_workaround=F

-mP2OPT_align_option_used=TRUE

"-mGLOB_options_string=-o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source -dryrun"

-mGLOB_cxx_limited_range=FALSE

-mGLOB_as_output_backup_file_name=/tmp/ifort76bTmKas_

-mGLOB_machine_model=GLOB_MACHINE_MODEL_IA32_NONE

-mGLOB_maintain_precision

-mGLOB_precision_mask=0xffffffff

-mP2OPT_pad_local

-mP2OPT_subs_out_of_bound=FALSE

-mIPOPT_ninl_user_level=2

-mGLOB_opt_level=3

-mIPOPT_activate

-mP2OPT_hlo_level=2

-mP2OPT_hlo

-mIPOPT_link

-mIPOPT_ipo_activate

-mIPOPT_whole_program

-mIPOPT_ipo_mo_activate

-mIPOPT_ipo_mo_nfiles=1

-mIPOPT_source_files_list=/tmp/ifortMeW32Zlst

-mIPOPT_short_data_info=/tmp/ifortROJYCGsdata

-mIPOPT_link_script_file=/tmp/ifortszHTcnscript

-mIPOPT_global_data

"-mIPOPT_link_version=2.15.94.0.2.2 20041220"

"-mIPOPT_cmdline_objs="analytic_approx.o90" "qromb.o" "polint.o" "trapzd.o""

"-mIPOPT_cmdline_link="/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crt1.o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crti.
o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtbegin.o" "-dynamic-linker" "/lib/ld-linux.so.2" "-m" "elf_i386" "-o" "analytic_approx.exe
" "/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib/for_main.o" "analytic_approx.o90" "qromb.o" "polint.o" "trapzd.o" "-L/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib" "-L/usr/lib" "-B
static" "-lifport" "-lifcoremt" "-Bdynamic" "-limf" "-lm" "-lpthread" "-Bstatic" "-lirc" "-Bdynamic" "-lc" "-Bstatic" "-lirc_s" "-Bdy
namic" "-ldl" "-lc" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtend.o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crtn.o""

-mIPOPT_save_il0

-mIPOPT_il_in_obj

-mIPOPT_link_silent

-mIPOPT_obj_output_file_name=/tmp/ipo_ifortQqLeTC.o

"-mGLOB_linker_version=2.15.94.0.2.2 20041220"

-mP3OPT_asm_target=P3OPT_ASM_TARGET_GAS

-mGLOB_obj_output_file=/tmp/ipo_ifortQqLeTC.o

-mP1OPT_source_file_name=/tmp/ipo_ifortQqLeTC.f

analytic_approx.o90

qromb.o

polint.o

trapzd.o

-mIPOPT_object_files=/tmp/ifortmvi9sjtxt

ifort: warning: couldn't open multi-file optimizations object list
ld

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crt1.o

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crti.o

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtbegin.o

-dynamic-linker

/lib/ld-linux.so.2

-m

elf_i386

-o

analytic_approx.exe

/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib/for_main.o

-L/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib

-L/usr/lib

-Bstatic

-lifport

-lifcoremt

-Bdynamic

-limf

-lm

-lpthread

-Bstatic

-lirc

-Bdynamic

-lc

-Bstatic

-lirc_s

-Bdynamic

-ldl

-lc

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtend.o

/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crtn.o

--sort-section

name

rm /tmp/ifortmvi9sjtxt

rm /tmp/ifortMeW32Zlst

rm /tmp/ifortROJYCGsdata

rm /tmp/ifortszHTcnscript

rm /tmp/ipo_ifortQqLeTC.o

rm /tmp/ifortfaLOM3gas

rm /tmp/ifort76bTmKas_

rm /tmp/ifortYOnYWqld

rm /tmp/ifortZyltx7arg

Ok, let's try this. Replace -dryrun with:

-i_save_temps -#x

Look in the output for the line similar to:

-mIPOPT_object_files=/tmp/ifortmvi9sjtxt

Note the name of the file in the new output line and "cat" it to see what it contains.

Retired 12/31/2016

OK - here goes:

$ ifort analytic_approx.o90 qromb.o polint.o trapzd.o -o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source -i_save_temps -#x
/opt/intel/fc/9.0/bin/fortcom

-mP1OPT_version=900

-mGLOB_source_language=GLOB_SOURCE_LANGUAGE_F90

-mGLOB_tune_for_fort

-mGLOB_use_fort_dope_vector

-mP2OPT_static_promotion

-mP1OPT_print_version=FALSE

-mP3OPT_use_mspp_call_convention

-mCG_use_gas_got_workaround=F

-mP2OPT_align_option_used=TRUE

"-mGLOB_options_string=-o analytic_approx.exe -pthread -pad -Vaxlib -mp -save -O3 -w95 -extend_source -i_save_temps -#x"

-mGLOB_cxx_limited_range=FALSE

-mGLOB_as_output_backup_file_name=/tmp/ifortQDMrAjas_

-mGLOB_machine_model=GLOB_MACHINE_MODEL_IA32_NONE

-mGLOB_maintain_precision

-mGLOB_precision_mask=0xffffffff

-mP2OPT_pad_local

-mP2OPT_subs_out_of_bound=FALSE

-mIPOPT_ninl_user_level=2

-mGLOB_opt_level=3

-mIPOPT_activate

-mP2OPT_hlo_level=2

-mP2OPT_hlo

-mIPOPT_link

-mIPOPT_ipo_activate

-mIPOPT_whole_program

-mIPOPT_ipo_mo_activate

-mIPOPT_ipo_mo_nfiles=1

-mIPOPT_source_files_list=/tmp/ifortPQnqMMlst

-mIPOPT_short_data_info=/tmp/ifortMqtTtasdata

-mIPOPT_link_script_file=/tmp/ifortNMEmbyscript

-mIPOPT_global_data

"-mIPOPT_link_version=2.15.94.0.2.2 20041220"

"-mIPOPT_cmdline_objs="analytic_approx.o90" "qromb.o" "polint.o" "trapzd.o""

"-mIPOPT_cmdline_link="/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crt1.o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crti.o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtbegin.o" "-dynamic-linker" "/lib/ld-linux.so.2" "-m" "elf_i386" "-o" "analytic_approx.exe" "/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib/for_main.o" "analytic_approx.o90" "qromb.o" "polint.o" "trapzd.o" "-L/opt/intel/fc/9.0/lib" "-L/usr/lib" "-Bstatic" "-lifport" "-lifcoremt" "-Bdynamic" "-limf" "-lm" "-lpthread" "-Bstatic" "-lirc" "-Bdynamic" "-lc" "-Bstatic" "-lirc_s" "-Bdynamic" "-ldl" "-lc" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/crtend.o" "/usr/lib/gcc/i386-redhat-linux/4.0.0/../../../crtn.o""

-mIPOPT_save_il0

-mIPOPT_il_in_obj

-mIPOPT_link_silent

-mIPOPT_obj_output_file_name=/tmp/ipo_ifortogEun1.o

"-mGLOB_linker_version=2.15.94.0.2.2 20041220"

-mP3OPT_asm_target=P3OPT_ASM_TARGET_GAS

-mGLOB_obj_output_file=/tmp/ipo_ifortogEun1.o

-mP1OPT_source_file_name=/tmp/ipo_ifortogEun1.f

analytic_approx.o90

qromb.o

polint.o

trapzd.o

-mIPOPT_object_files=/tmp/ifortaisX4otxt

IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)
keeping /tmp/ifortaisX4otxt

keeping /tmp/ifortPQnqMMlst

keeping /tmp/ifortMqtTtasdata

keeping /tmp/ifortNMEmbyscript

keeping /tmp/ipo_ifortogEun1.o

keeping /tmp/ifortsjZPSVgas

keeping /tmp/ifortQDMrAjas_

keeping /tmp/ifortuvW3hHld

keeping /tmp/ifort1XnT04arg

$ cat /tmp/ifortaisX4otxt analytic_approx.o90
qromb.o
polint.o
trapzd.o

There doesn't appear to be anything unusual in this file.

-Andrew.

Look at the other temp files to see if you can spot anything odd.

Retired 12/31/2016

Hi there !
I have exactly same problem! From this topic I got that if I compile without object files everything should work, which is indeed the fact. But I am trying to install mpich-1.2.7 on my 2 x Opteron FC4 machine and the installation failed

configure:1536: checking whether Fortran 90 is compatible with Fortran 77
configure:1537: ifort -c conftest.f90 1>&5
configure:1539: ifort -c conftest1.f
configure:1541: ifort -o conftest conftest.o conftest1.o
IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)

Anybody knows how to overcome it? Or any suggestion which compiler to use instead ifort for 64bit computing?

thank you
Ivan

Hi Hi,
I followed the suggestion as Andrew said, just by making two files by
1) echo null > (
2) echo null > AS_NEEDED
Then, it was compiled successfully. But the speed is very slow when comparing to previous intel Fortran compiler.

another choice for 64 bit fortran compiler is PGI, you can make a trial.

Thanks!!

From
Kawai.

THank you for the quick reply !!

I got that if I want to compile my own code with the makefile I should create these two file, and in fact everything is working perfectly, but my goal is to install MPICH on my machine.

Installation process is standard.
1) ./configure -- all the parameters
2) ./make

after step one configurator supposed to create all the files necessary to compile (makefiles) but instead of that in some of the folders I can see in config.log

I am not sure where should I put ( and AS_NEEDED files. therefore I prefer change default optimization level to -O0 which I understand can also help. but I do not know there can I change it globally.

Thank you in advance,
Ivan

This seems to have been triggered by a new linker feature that the Intel interprocedural optimization tool doesn't recognize. A workaround is to add -O0 on the ifort line that links the application.

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Hi
I have this problem.. I am working with ncar graphic, 32 bits

ncargf77 -xW pltave.o /home/Omar/contrail/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/lib/library/lib/libarap.a

-o /home/Omar/contrail/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave
ifort -O -xW pltave.o /home/Omar/contrail/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/lib/library/lib/libarap.a -o /home/Omar/contrail/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave -L/usr/local/ncarg/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lncarg -lncarg_gks -lncarg_c -lX11 -lXext
IPO link: can not find "("
ifort: error: problem during multi-file optimization compilation (code 1)
make: *** [/home/Omar/contrail/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave] Error 1
***Build Process Failed***

What's the problem??
Can anyone help me??
Thanks

Message Edited by mezacoe on 09-10-2005 10:53 PM

See my suggestion just above your post.

Retired 12/31/2016

Hi Steve

I will try your idea in my PC, but I have other problem in other PC

ncargf77 -xW pltave.o /home/omar/nc160/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/lib/library/lib/libarap.a -o /home/omar/nc160/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave
ifort -O -xW pltave.o /home/omar/nc160/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/lib/library/lib/libarap.a -o /home/omar/nc160/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave -L/usr/local/ncarg/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lncarg -lncarg_gks -lncarg_c -lX11 -lXext
IPO link: can not find -lX11
IPO link: can not find -lXext
IPO Error: unresolved : s_cmp
Referenced in libncarg.a(agsetc.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(icfell.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agsetp.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agppid.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(icloem.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agscan.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agsrch.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(getusv.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01wdr.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gwiwdr.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gtnlen.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01msg.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_copy
Referenced in libncarg.a(icfell.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agppid.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(seter.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agcurv.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(aggtch.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agaxis.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agsrch.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agnumb.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(dashdc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerhnd.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzopwk.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzputs.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01wdr.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gwiwdr.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gdsg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzgte2.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01snp.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01seg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01clw.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_cat
Referenced in libncarg.a(icfell.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_wsfe
Referenced in libncarg.a(agppid.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(seter.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(eprin.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agscan.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agexax.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : do_fio
Referenced in libncarg.a(agppid.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(seter.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(eprin.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agexax.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(grqst.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzreop.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : e_wsfe
Referenced in libncarg.a(agppid.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(seter.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(eprin.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agscan.o)
Referenced in libncarg.a(agexax.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_stop
Referenced in libncarg.a(seter.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerhnd.o)
Refe
renced in libncarg_gks.a(g01seg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_wsfi
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(grqst.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : e_wsfi
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(grqst.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gerlog.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_rsfi
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzreop.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : e_rsfi
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gesc.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(gzreop.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : s_wsle
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01seg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : do_lio
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01seg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : e_wsle
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(g01seg.o)
Referenced in libncarg_c.a(i1mach.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCopyColormapAndFree
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCreateColormap
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XQueryColors
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixwrite_xwd.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XStoreColors
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFreeColormap
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetWindowColormap
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XAllocColor
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XStoreColor
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCreateGC
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFreeColors
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCheckMaskEvent
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XMaskEvent
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XGetDefault
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XParseGeometry
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Er
ror: unresolved : XCreateWindow
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetWMProperties
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSelectInput
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XMapWindow
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XNextEvent
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCheckTypedEvent
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XInternAtom
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetWMProtocols
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XOpenDisplay
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XGetWindowAttributes
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFreeGC
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCloseDisplay
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSync
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XClearWindow
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XQueryBestStipple
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCreatePixmap
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFreePixmap
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetFunction
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFillPolygon
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XDrawLine
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetStipple
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetFillStyle
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XDrawLines
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCreateImage
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XPutImage
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XDrawArc

Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XDrawPoint
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xoutput.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixoutput.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetForeground
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetDashes
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XChangeGC
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetWindowBackground
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetClipRectangles
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XSetClipMask
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xattribute.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixattribute.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XQueryColor
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(xinquiry.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixinquiry.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XGetGeometry
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixwrite_xwd.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixwrite_png.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XFillRectangle
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XCopyArea
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixcontrol.o)
IPO Error: unresolved : XGetImage
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixwrite_xwd.o)
Referenced in libncarg_gks.a(pixwrite_png.o)
ld: cannot find -lX11
make: *** [/home/omar/nc160/wvu_cc_v1.6.0/bin/pltave] Error 1

I do not know if is problem with ncar graphic or fortran compiler 9.0

Thanks a lot Steve

Omar

Here, you have linked a library which requires libf2c. Presumably, the library was built with g77. In general, those libf2c run-time functions are incompatible with ifort (and other compilers, including gfortran). It's best to build the entire application with a single Fortran compiler.

Hello,

I have a AMD Turion 64 bit, laptop. I have installed the fedora core4 on it.

I want to install the ifort 9.0. After downloading the ifort packages, I have run the install.sh script. Evev after 20 minutes, there is nothing appears in my screen.

I am expecting a menu consist of numbers, asking me I want to do,

but nothing happens, Iechosomewhere in the script to follow it.

itis working very well untill the $install_prog

which is

./secore -t --launch

after that command scripts waiting.Do you have any idea, what is wrong?

Could you please help me to solve the problem?

Thanks in advance,

Murat

I've heard other reports of Turion failing to support code which runs on Opteron, P4, and Pentium-M, but you may want to try the following:
I've seen 2 varieties of failure at install time which could be bypassed by the lower level install script
./install_fc --run
If you report the problem on premier.intel.com, you may be asked to collect and return some diagnostics,
If you find information from someone who has reverse engineered Turion to find out what instructions it supports, or does not, that also might be interesting.

On the other hand, we have several reports of secore (which is the Intel Software Setup Assistant) hanging, even on supported systems. Please report the problem to Intel Premier Support.

Retired 12/31/2016

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