For both my SGI and Windows Powerstation 4.0, the C is blocked in initializing the 3.5.1 kernel although I have uninstalled the previous version 3.4.1. On both machines I have installed the latest version 3.5.4 and that loaded successfully. The 3.5.4 version has been installed to a directory in root where the powerstation failed earlier to boot, and then copyied to C: drive. From the C: drive the Powerstation seems to load OK, but when you get to the execution mode, then it goes dead (watch dog time out). The next boot gives the same message. The system has not been rebooted.
The 4.0 version has been installed to C: drive, and has worked quite well. At this time, therefore, you have to locate "powerstation setting" for 3.5.4 on the web site: ftp://ftp.sgi.com/support/downloads/sgi40/linux/ CD-ROM 1 of 1 (Sorry, the powerstation has broken)
When I use the F format specifier MS Fortran suppress the leading 0 if values are between -1 and 1. This is not supportet by some programs that are supposed to read the output from my fortran program. I have not seen this behavior in any other fortran compiler that I have used. Can I turn it off? /Magnus Mossberg Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
If you’re using MS Fortran 9 stop-margin support for some MS Fortran compilers, simply change the command-line parameter -Sto 999 where 999 is the number of stop-marge /Magnus Mossberg Tue, 25 May 2019 06:23:01 GMT Steve Lione #2 / 2 Specify Command-line Parameter d2c66b5586