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Old 11-06-2008, 01:31 AM   #16
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I think that the problem is still the one I described above. Since you did not comment anything about my other post, I assume you still didn't try.

Your compiler can't find the relevant symbols, and that might be just because you haven't properly configured the correct library paths for the fortran libs. The headers are found, and hence, it compiles find. But the dynamic libs can't be found, and that's why it fails miserably at linking stage. That's what the manuals and mailings that I link on the other post say, and that's what my experience suggests me as well. I can't test as I said because I am not too fond about recompiling gcc to enable fortran, which I intentionally disabled long ago.

So, if you can't find a solution, scroll back and re-read my previous posts, and the links I posted.
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