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Old   October 1, 2002, 10:37
Default Who can use subroutine with v3.15 on win2000??
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Ero
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Recently, i try to use subroutine with v3.15 on win2000.But it can't work!! I try to use several methods (Include previous provided on this board), it still failure. My fortran is Absoft Fortran 7.5, and if someone ever met the same trouble?
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Old   October 2, 2002, 03:20
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Hi Ero,

I am running W2k and absoft 7.0. I think I remember talking to others using abs 7.5. We had some problems at first installation. Are your environment variables: Lib, Include, Path defined as the description in installation notes. It is important that these variables are only defined as system variables not both system and user.

I think support would be able to help you quickly if you send them the W2k.nfo file. To create this file go to: Programs/accessories/systemtools/systeminformation

Navigate to softwareenvironment/environmentvariables. then you can save a nice info file with all system info for support to check.

Best of luck,

Paal

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