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HI.. I'm trying to install Regional Atmospheric Modeling System on my system which runs OpenSUSE 10.3.. This model is being coded in f90.. But my flavour of linux shows no ...
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    Question Problem with f90


    HI..

    I'm trying to install Regional Atmospheric Modeling System on my system which runs OpenSUSE 10.3.. This model is being coded in f90.. But my flavour of linux shows no identification for f90.. it says command not found..

    Is it that SUSE doesnt support f90 n is coming with gfortran..?? The model strictly requires f90 compiler.. is there any solution for this instead of installing other flavor of LINUX..??

    Kindly help me..

    Thanks in advance..

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    You probably need to install the package gcc42-fortran. Compilers for things other than c are usually not installed by default. Look for it in YaST - Software - Software Management.

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