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Old 06-25-2003, 09:39 PM   #1
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problems installing FORTRAN compiler in SuSeE 8.2

Has anyone else had trouble installing the package g77 (FORTRAN compiler for gcc) on SuSE Linux 8.2? I find that it returns an error every time I attempt to install it--even if it is the only thing installed along with the "Default system" and "Basic Graphical System." The version used in SuSE is 3.3 which has been determoined to be a little buggy. Slackware 9.0 uses version 3.2 which runs and compiles just fine. How can I get a FORTRAN compiler for SuSE? Thank you so much for your kind help!


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