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Old   September 22, 2015, 08:35
Default Library Path problem - FORTRAN subroutine
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Hi Dear all,
I try to run CFX parallel distributed on my university cluster.
I have Intel FORTRAN compiler "Trial" and VS-2008
I compile and build my code and get the suitable .dll after changing the cfx5mkext.ccl for my operating system "winnt amd64"
We have Intel MPI for communication between slave nodes and headnode.
I just upload the shared library to the head node but I get message such
slave node is unable to load or find shared library despite it is the right path ?
I have no background with mpi at all and i am beginner with CFX so can anyone suggests anything ? is that because of sharing problem so my slave nodes can't find the proper location on master node ? or it is because i uploaded it from computer and i have to compile and build on the master node itself ?


Thanks in advance
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