Does cula interface in PVF—PGI visual fortran?

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Does cula interface in PVF—PGI visual fortran?

Postby chenfeilong » Tue Jul 03, 2012 6:24 pm

the compile information is as below:

Deleting intermediate and output files for project 'CULAlearning, configuration 'Release'
Compiling Project ...
ConsoleApp.f90
PGF90/x86 Windows 11.8-0: compilation aborted
Module not found while generating build dependencies; will retry ConsoleApp.f90
ConsoleApp.f90
F:\CULAlearning\CULAlearning\ConsoleApp.f90(11) : error F0004 : Unable to open MODULE file cula.mod
PGF90/x86 Windows 11.8-0: compilation aborted

error F0004 : Unable to open MODULE file cula.mod

but the intel fortran, IVF is no error !why?
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Re: Does cula interface in PVF—PGI visual fortran?

Postby john » Tue Jul 24, 2012 10:58 am

I'm sorry, this is not enough information to help determine your problem.
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Re: Does cula interface in PVF—PGI visual fortran?

Postby chenfeilong » Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:37 pm

john wrote:I'm sorry, this is not enough information to help determine your problem.


C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop>pgfortran fortranPgiCufInterface.cuf
PGF90-F-0004-Unable to open MODULE file cula_lapack_device_pgfortran.mod (fortra
nPgiCufInterface.cuf: 16)
PGF90/x86 Windows 12.10-0: compilation aborted

C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop>pgfortran fortranPgiCufInterface.cuf
PGF90-F-0004-Unable to open MODULE file cula_lapack_device_pgfortran.mod (fortra
nPgiCufInterface.cuf: 16)
PGF90/x86 Windows 12.10-0: compilation aborted
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Re: Does cula interface in PVF—PGI visual fortran?

Postby john » Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:36 am

There are quite a few compiler flags that need to be set in order to compile our example files, such as pointing the compiler to the modules directory.

If you are working from the command line, I would recommend having a look through the makefiles in our Linux installers to see the appropriate settings.
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