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Installing Flash Tool Lite on Linux*

This section contains steps to install Flash Tool Lite to update (flash) the firmware on your Intel® Edison board. The firmware is your board's operating system, and also allows for use of Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*, analog and digital controls, and other functions. While installing and flashing your board is not necessarily required to begin programming your board, it's important to keep your firmware up-to-date to ensure the best stability and performance for your board. Flashing your firmware also gives you access to vital features, like the ability to connect your board to a wireless network.

Flashing your firmware with Flash Tool Lite

This section contains steps to update (flash) the firmware on your Intel® Edison board. Flash Tool Lite is the preferred method of flashing your board's firmware.The firmware is your board's operating system, and also allows for use of Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*, analog and digital controls, and other functions.  It's important to keep your firmware up-to-date to ensure the best stability and performance for your board.

Flashing your firmware

This section contains steps to update (flash) the firmware on your Intel® Edison board using Flash Tool Lite. The firmware is your board's operating system, and also allows for use of Wi-Fi*, Bluetooth*, analog and digital controls, and other functions. It's important to keep your firmware up-to-date to ensure the best stability and performance for your board.  

Problem compiling NAG Library

Dear folks,

I am using

>ifort -O3 -xHost -ipo

to compile a huge program package including a NAG Library file and get the following error message:

NAG_TProp.f(8887): remark #7922: The value was too small when converting to REAL(KIND=8); the result is in the denormalized range.   [1.11253692925361D-308]
      DATA X02CON /1.11253692925361D-308 /
-------------------^

The corresponding function in the file in which the error occurs looks like this

Bug in Intel MPI Fortran compiler version 15

Dear All,

There appears to be an obscure bug in version 15 of the Fortran compiler involving MPI, OpenMP and string passing all together.

We're running on Intel hardware under Linux. First the compiler:

mpif90 --version

ifort (IFORT) 15.0.3 20150407
Copyright (C) 1985-2015 Intel Corporation.  All rights reserved.

... now the smallest code I could devise which still has the bug:

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