problem with compiler and LIVCLL
I am using star-cd version 3.26 to solve moving mesh problem. But no matter for the case provided by star-cd company, or for my personal case, when I wanna run the job, the computor always told me a warning about LIVCLL and a error about Fortran compiler "pgf90". Anyone know what is wrong with this problem? For the compiler, where can I get it?
To better locate my problem, I post the prompt lines for tutorial 11, for which I used the case provided by star-cd.
bash-3.00$ star PNP: Initialized [2006-12-10-16:33:12] Automatic Sequential Automatic Parallel analyzer.
PNP: Allocated "mace-r-ruixu,1" resource (1 process).
PNP: Overload STAR master processor with external moving mesh code.
PNP: Assigned "mace-r-ruixu,1" to STAR solver (1 process).
PNP: Assigned "mace-r-ruixu,1" to external moving mesh code (1 process).
PNP: **WARNING** External moving mesh code look a head cannot be used with LIVCLL user coding.
PNP: Analyzing User coding in "ufile" directory.
PNP: **WARNING** Cannot find required Fortran compiler "pgf90".
PNP: ==> Please check that you have installed the Fortran compiler correctly.
PNP: ***ERROR*** Compilation error in user file "ufile/uparm.f".
PNP: ==> Please check the compilation error messages.
Any response will be highly appreciated.
Many thanks in advance!
Re: problem with compiler and LIVCLL
You need pgf to use any of the user coding, you can buy it from http://www.pgroup.com/
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