[CentOS] Updating gfortran in CentOS 5.4?
l.wandrebeck at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 08:51:33 UTC 2010
2010/2/3 Jon Forrest <jlforrest at berkeley.edu>:
> On 2/3/2010 10:49 AM, Tony Schreiner wrote:
>> There is also a gcc44-gfortran rpm which is based on gcc 4.4.0. Would
>> that help you?
> I wonder if that rpm allows the version of
> gfortran and associated libraries it installs
> to be located in something other than the default
> location. This is important because I don't
> want to remove the standard version of
> gfortran in case something goes wrong.
> (I know that the rpm command can do this
> but some rpms don't allow it).
> Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try this.
gcc44 and gfortran44 are specially crafted to be installed without
removing official version of gcc/gfortran.
executables names are gcc44 and gfortran44.
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