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Old   June 15, 2005, 21:54
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I get the following error;

Error: open_udf_library: s_wsle

when trying to run a UDF linked to a FORTRAN subroutine. ALthough linking is without errors the above error manifests itself when I try to load the UDF in Fluent. (Btw I use Linux and I compile and link in text mode)

Seems that I have some kind of undefined reference to the runtime library s_wsle. I can easily circumvent the problem by removing for instance all 'write' statements in the FORTRAN code, but since they are kind of needed I'd rather solve the problem.

Does anyone have a clue?

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Old   June 21, 2005, 01:33
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Once I met the problem. When I loaded the UDF in the 6.1 edition, which had been compiled with the editon 6.0, this message appears. Btw I use Fluent in the win2000. Hope it helps!

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