IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment & Utilities
IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment and Utilities
The IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment and Utilities contains two packages: Runtime Environment and Utilities.
If you need to run an application developed using the IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX compiler, and if you do not have the compiler installed, then you will need to install the Runtime Environment package. The Download Package section below has a link to the Runtime Environment package xlf.rte.10.1.0.aix.base.tar.Z which contains the following filesets:
Depending on your application, you may also need to install the Utilities package. The Utilities package contains files that may be required by some third-party applications. Only download and install the Utilities package if instructed by your application providers. The Download Package section below has a link to the Utilities package xlf.util.10.1.0.aix.base.tar.Z which contains the following files:
Terms and Conditions
The IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment and Utilities is to be used only with applications developed with IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX. You may not use any part of this software with other applications or programs. For further details regarding the terms and conditions for using this software please refer to LicenseAgreement.pdf and LicenseInformation.pdf in the Download Package section.
IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment and Utilities requires AIX 5L.
Refer to the README for installation instructions.
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Contact your application provider for support when using IBM XL Fortran Enterprise Edition V10.1 for AIX, Runtime Environment and Utilities in conjunction with their application.
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Software version: 10.1
Operating system(s): AIX
Reference #: 4010669
Modified date: 14 October 2005