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Old 02-06-2008, 05:45 PM   #16
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Finally, I suceeded in my attempts to run gcc-fortran.

The problem was that I didn't know that the source code was the program I should type in some editor.

I typed /home/allan/mkdir core
which create directory in which I changed rpm packages

Then I went to that directory with cd core

Next, I made the program called hello.f that I wanted to run, i emacs editor and typed in shell:
g77 hello.f -o hello
ls -l hello
and at the end
to run the program.

Thanks for your help and patience...


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