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executing a compiled program

executing a compiled program

executing a compiled program

I have compiled a program which needed fortran files to build it on a linux. When I try to execute the program I get the following message:

[richard7893@P2 ~]$ mlem1
open: No such file or directory
apparent state: unit 7 named mlem1.par
lately writing direct unformatted external IO

I am struggling mightily in understanding how to fix this error and what the terms the error message is describing. I do not know if I have to modify the fortran code that was used to build the executable. If that is the case, I think I could be in big trouble because the fortran file I was given is so long and confusing!

I'll leave it at that for now, any help would be appreciated.

RE: executing a compiled program

Sounds like you need better instructions on how to use this program:

what does the command line to run this program look like?
does it take arguments? does it use re-direction?
does it require the existence of data file(s) in the (same) working directory? If so
what is/are the name/s of such file(s)?

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