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I had the exact same problem and was puzzled. The clue was in the error line: configure: error: invalid feature name: libstdc++-v3 make[1]: *** [configure-gmp] Error 1 evidently the configure-gmp target (in make) was passed the feature name from the parent project. The trick is to spell it out as follows in the command line: --disable-libstdc__-v3 ...


To be a tiny bit more explicit than @Miroslav answer: 1 The dependencies #64-bit (`x86_64`) C library and headers yum install libgcc yum install glibc-devel # 32-bit (‘i386’) C library and headers yum install libgcc.i686 yum install glibc-devel.i686 See all of them in GCC Prerequesites. 2 Then compile with --enable-multilib ../configure ...


This is GCC bug #65387. And as you can see it is closed as not a bug. The C/C++ preprocessor is emitting C/C++ code into your post-processed Fortran program, because it's a C/C++ preprocessor. If you're going to use the C/C++ preprocessor with Fortran programs per GCC's own Fortran doco, then do the part that the GCC Fortran doco doesn't tell you and use ...


The problem is with the .F source files. You're attempting to use C/C++ style comments, and the Fortran compiler isn't seeing them as comments. It seems them as bad syntax.


openSUSE has some "extended" repositories, that include various tools (gcc-4.9 and gcc-5.0 beta are there). From root shell add repository and enable it: # zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/gcc/openSUSE_13.1/ devel-gcc Refresh repository cached metadata: # zypper ref Install g++ 4.9 # zypper in gcc49-c++ To use it, ...


compile code using following command gcc filename.c -lpthread -lrt

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