Intel fortran command problem

Hi All,

I have two question for you.

First, i need to run source intel/composer_xe_2015.3.187/bin/ intel64 every time I open a terminal in ubuntu to be able to use ifort command. what should I do to solve this problem.

second, I am using Geany and I am really get used to it. how can i set it to use ifort. i have tried to change the build commands to ifort. however, it is not working.


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    I need your help. 

    I tried to run K-means algorithm on Xeon Phi by using offload mode.

    But when i tried to get into offload region with the clause '#pragma offload ~~ (as attached pic 1) ' ,

    i got an erorr 'offload error: cannot release buffer memory on device 0 (error code 14)' .

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