Re: Use of Intel Fortran compiler on a Sid/IA64 box?
I just spent some time today playing with this. I succeeded, but in a
less than clean fashion.
In order to properly load IA32 versions of shared-libraries, I used a
statically-linked version of ld-linux.so.2. The one in ia32-libs is
apparently unhappy with regards to this, so I took the loader from
Redhat 7.2's x86-compat RPM. After adding the appropriate paths to
/etc/ld.so.conf (intel compiler's ia32/lib + x86-compat's pertinent
paths), I wrapped a shell script around 'ias' that would use the IA32
version of ld-linux.so.2 to execute the real ias.
/emul/x86-libs/lib/ld-linux.so.2 /opt/intel/compiler50/ia64/bin/ias.exec $*
It's kludgy in all respects, but it does work.
I hope this helps,
>Has anyone tried to use the Intel Fortran and C++ compilers (freely
>available from Intel's web site, though not free software) on an Itanium
>machine running sid?
>Unfortunately, a simple compilation test fails :
>refloch@itanium:~/test$ efc a.f
> program TI
>7 Lines Compiled
>ias: No such file or directory