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Old   December 8, 2005, 23:59
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ty
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Dera CFD Forum users,

I get the following error when I ran my program on Fortran which was being complied well before, on Linux

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/opt/intel_fc_80/lib/for_main.o: In function `main': /opt/intel_fc_80/lib/for_main.o(.text+0x1c): undefined reference to `MAIN__'

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make: *** [-----] Error 1

Can anyone suggest what the error could be, Ty
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Old   December 9, 2005, 13:20
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vasanth
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Hi

I would try

> make clean or rm all the .o and .MOD files

and then try

>make

see if this works and let me know if it does not

Vasanth
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Old   December 12, 2005, 10:33
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maybe u need to define some libraries static or dynamic ... just a guess
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Old   December 12, 2005, 19:16
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ty
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Thank you for the responses, I was away for the weekend and apologise for not responding in time,

As Vasaneth suggested I deleted all .o files in the program files directory, I didn't come across any .MOD files, where are they found? or are they just .o files. The only .MOD files I come across resides in the directory created when the fortran was installed, and are delete / write protected. I don't have adminstrative permission to delete them yet, system files. Deleting .o didn't help, they are created again and the same error message, and I couldn't yet get a reference what Error 1 could be rectified.

Regarding zonexo's suggestion where do I define static/dynamic libraries, in the makefile listing, can you clarify or advise a refernce I could refer to?

Thanks in advance,

ty
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Old   December 13, 2005, 09:11
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Renato
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Your error message seems that the compiler is not finding your main program file...

First of all, try to compile your program by hand and without any optimizations. I guess you've been using Intel Fortran compiler, thus:

ifort -c *.f

ifort -o ProgName *.o

NOTE: don't forget that you have to compile your modules first(because of the dependencies)

I've already had this kind of message and the problem was just a lack of the -c keyword in the compiling line... I know that it's a silly thing... but happens ;o)

regards

Renato.
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Old   December 15, 2005, 21:08
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ty
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Thankyou,

I now get the error. On one of the programs listings I accidentally put a dot(.) and that was the source of the error. I find it by the "diff -r fn1 fn2" linux command, by comparing my working file with the backed-up file, to get what change was made on the new file. Thankyou anyway guys, your suggestions lead me to many investigations and learning process.

But fortran compiler is annoying, it should have instead pointed out by saying on this line --- there was such and such errors etc, . that is surprising or I don't know if I failed to use the right compilation procedure to get such message, as Renato suggested, i.e. file by file compiling. thx

ty
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