A J Stiles wrote:
> On Tuesday 12 September 2006 18:00, João Marcelo wrote:
>> Hello Everybody,
>> I'm trying to install Intel Fortran Compiler 9.1.036 on my Debian AMD64
>> Opteron Box. Unfortunely, i can't use gnu fortran to compile the
>> application i want (http://www.cpmd.org/), because it needs the 'Cray
>> Pointer' extension to Fortran 77 for dynamical memory management. According
>> to http://www.theochem.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/~axel.kohlmeyer/cpmd-linux.html
>> doesn't handle the above extension. So I have to use Intel's compiler, that
>> is free of charge, but not open source :-( .
> The latest GNU gFortran has the extensions you need and will produce a 64-bit
> native executable optimised for an AMD processor, rather than one optimised
> for an inferior brand of 32-bit processor.
> You should *never* install *any* software which does not come with source
> code -- you don't know where it's been. If the software vendor isn't
> prepared to show you the source code, that's a clear sign that there is
> something in there that they don't want you to see.
> You wouldn't buy a cake that didn't have a list of ingredients on the box,
> would you?
I drink a whole lot o' booze, and that never has an ingredients list
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