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Old 11-04-2009, 12:00 AM   #1
Kilam orez
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Question system glibc or kernel version not supported or not detectable


hi dear all,

i am installing intel fortran compiler but following error comes:-

system glibc or kernel version not supported or not detectable

even though install is successfull.

1).i cheked the glibc and it is present in /etc/. Can i only update it through repo or please tell me anything about it.


2)i also installed gfortran compiler and when i compile .f files with it,then it does not execute it, it shows a lisyt of long errors.

please tell me how to get rid of it

with regards

kilam
 
Old 11-04-2009, 02:45 PM   #2
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hi dear all,

i am installing intel fortran compiler but following error comes:-

system glibc or kernel version not supported or not detectable

even though install is successfull.
No, it's not. If you don't have the right configuration for what you're doing, things WON'T be successful.
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1).i cheked the glibc and it is present in /etc/. Can i only update it through repo or please tell me anything about it.
glibc is not present in /etc, in any distro that I know of. You might be able to update it through repos, but since you don't give any details about your system, how can we tell WHAT you can do?
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2)i also installed gfortran compiler and when i compile .f files with it,then it does not execute it, it shows a lisyt of long errors.
please tell me how to get rid of it
Fix your program, or do the installation correctly. Again, since you don't say anything about your system, how you installed things, or give any examples of the code/errors, how can anyone help you?
 
Old 11-05-2009, 09:52 AM   #3
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No, it's not. If you don't have the right configuration for what you're doing, things WON'T be successful.

glibc is not present in /etc, in any distro that I know of. You might be able to update it through repos, but since you don't give any details about your system, how can we tell WHAT you can do?

Fix your program, or do the installation correctly. Again, since you don't say anything about your system, how you installed things, or give any examples of the code/errors, how can anyone help you?

hi everybody

my system info is:

i686-pc-linux with compiler gfortran -g -O2.

and OS is Linux 2.6.27.29-0.1-default i686

System: openSUSE 11.1 (i586)
with KDE environment 4.1.3 (KDE 4.1.3).

errors while installing ifort compiler are :

Step no: 4 of 7 | Installation configuration - Missing Optional Pre-requisite
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
There is one or more optional unresolved issues. It is highly recommended to fix
it all before you continue the installation. You can fix it without exiting from
the installation and re-check. Or you can quit from the installation, fix it and
run the installation again.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Missing optional pre-requisite
-- No compatible Java* Runtime Environment (JRE) found
-- cannot determine operating system type
-- system glibc or kernel version not supported or not detectable
-- binutils version not supported or not detectable
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Skip missing optional pre-requisites [default]
2. Show the detailed info about issue(s)
3. Re-check the pre-requisites

Step no: 5 of 7 | Configuration summary
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Select option "1" below to begin installing files based on the information you
provided. Use the "b" option to go back to the previous screen(s) if you need
to change any of the information below.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Activation Type:
Existing License File
Component(s):
Intel(R) Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*
Intel(R) Fortran Compiler for applications running on IA-32
Intel(R) Debugger for applications running on IA-32
Intel(R) Math Kernel Library for applications running on IA-32
Location:
/opt/intel/Compiler/11.1/059
Install Mode:
RPM

thanks

kilam
 
Old 11-05-2009, 10:45 AM   #4
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hi everybody

my system info is:
i686-pc-linux with compiler gfortran -g -O2.
and OS is Linux 2.6.27.29-0.1-default i686
System: openSUSE 11.1 (i586)
with KDE environment 4.1.3 (KDE 4.1.3).

errors while installing ifort compiler are :

-- No compatible Java* Runtime Environment (JRE) found
-- cannot determine operating system type
-- system glibc or kernel version not supported or not detectable
-- binutils version not supported or not detectable
Ok...re-read my first post.

You need to get the prerequistes installed. That's it.

1. Go to Sun's website, and download the appropriate JRE, follow their instructions to get it installed.
2. Apparently a shell script or something is looking for this. Look in the install program, and figure out what it's looking for. If you're trying to install software on a platform that it's not supported on, you'll have problems.
3. Read the installation documents that came with the program. It will TELL YOU what version of GLIBC you need. Verify that's what you've got, and upgrade if you need to. Install the kernel source too.
4. Again, READ THE DOCS, and find out what version of binutils you need. Upgrade it if you need to.
 
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