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Old 04-10-2006, 08:49 AM   #1
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libg2c on FC4 and FC5


I have been using fedora for sometime now.
I have a code which is written in C and uses some parts in fortran.
To compile the code, both g77 and libg2c are needed. Since FC4 I can't use my code since neither g77 nor libg2c are there for installation.
I tried to use yum to install "compat-gcc-32-g77" and I did install it, but the code continued to complain that libg2c is not there.
I could compile the code succefully up to FC3 but not after this release! What should I do? and how may I have libg2c to be on my computer exactly as it was on FC3 and FC2?
Thank you for your time,

Old 04-10-2006, 05:39 PM   #2
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Install gcc-g77 and the matching version number libf2c rpms.

For example;

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