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Unix to Linux Conversion problem

Unix to Linux Conversion problem

Unix to Linux Conversion problem

I am fairly new to fortran and i was recently elisted to comvert a unix fortran program to compile and run in a linux environment. Now, the program compiles and runs just fine using f77 on the Unix machine as well as using Compaq Visual Fortran on a windows machine.  But when I tranfer the source code to the linux machine and compile it using f77 i get an innumerable amounts of the same error....

>>Argument #60 (named `lnmm') of `bbmain1d' is one type at >>(2) but is some other type at (1) [info -f g77 M GLOBALS]
>>         subroutine >>bbmain1d(ixm,ixp,iym,iyp,izm,izp,ixs,mul,ias,iasmx     
>>ther_nem_combined.f:24972: (continued):
>>         call >>bbmain1d(a(iixm),a(iixp),a(iiym),a(iiyp),a(iizm),a(iizp)     
>>              2


RE: Unix to Linux Conversion problem

try g77 or gfortran instead of f77

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