installation Intel(R) Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux

installation Intel(R) Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux

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hi,all

i dont know what i do for below expression :

* |> source /bin/ifortvars.sh(.csh) |
to use ifort

i install Intel Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux but at the end of this installation i cant

do up expression to complit it.

pleasehelp me.

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Where do you see that text?

It is trying to tell you that, before you can use the ifort command, you need to use the "source" command to make ifort available. You must give the path to the ifortvars script for your compiler version, and then select either the .sh or .csh file depending on your shell. For example:

source /opt/intel/fc/9.1.034/bin/ifortars.sh

Then you can compile, for example:

ifort -o hello hello.f90

Does this help?

Steve

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hi,all

i dont know what i do for below expression :

* |> source /bin/ifortvars.sh(.csh) |
to use ifort

i install Intel Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux but at the end of this installation i cant

do up expression to complit it.

pleasehelp me.

Just do what Steve said you'll be fine. However, I just want to clarify that if you're using Ubuntu. add the source line to the .bashrc file by doing this "gedit .bashrc" in terminal. Add it at the end of the file.

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hi,all

i dont know what i do for below expression :

* |> source /bin/ifortvars.sh(.csh) |
to use ifort

i install Intel Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux but at the end of this installation i cant

do up expression to complit it.

pleasehelp me.

Where can I get the license file for Non-commercial Fortran 9.0.

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What you do is get the non-commercial license for the current version and then follow the instructions here.

Steve

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