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Hello, I am trying to execute "make all" command in terminal but it is showing error like this below. I have no much clue. I feel I am doing some ...
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- 02-08-2013 #1
- Join Date
- Feb 2013
I am trying to execute "make all" command in terminal but it is showing error like
this below. I have no much clue. I feel I am doing some file path setting wrong but
not sure!!! and I am new to Linux(2.6 Red HAT)Keeping my make file and script files as
attachment. If anything else I need to post for reference please let me know. kindly
normal end of script ./compile_mg1g1.ksh
<< TMPDIR : >>
>> Compiling: /home/UsrAJ/Desktop/mg1g1_perfo/drv/flmfortmod01.f90
ifort -save -zero -fpp -fPIC -DRHEL5 -assume byterecl -convert big_endian -traceback
-module -I/home/UsrAJ/Desktop/mg1g1_perfo/drv -O2 -c
/home/UsrAJ/Desktop/mg1g1_perfo/drv/flmfortmod01.f90 -o /flmfortmod01.o
make: ifort: Command not found
make: *** [flmfortmod01.o] Error 127
- 02-08-2013 #2
- Join Date
- May 2011
How did you install the Intel compiler? Did you follow a guide something like this one?
I think the way it works is, after the install is done, an alias named ifort should be set up that calls the intel compiler binary (which is probably somewhere in /opt/intel). That alias must be written to some bash profile, or to a system-wide profile in /etc/profile.d/.
- 02-11-2013 #3