The following table lists the documentation included with the Intel(R) Fortran Compiler 9.1 for Linux*.
If you are new to the Intel(R) Fortran Compiler, see the Getting Started Guide.
The placeholder term "<install-dir>" is used in the compiler documentation to represent the path to the compiler that you determine during installation. For example, <install-dir> for a default installation as 'root' is /opt/intel/fc/9.1.nnn/, where nnn is an incremental release number. All compiler files are installed below <install-dir> .
|Intel Fortran Compiler Documentation||This is the main reference and user's document for the Intel Fortran
Compiler. The compiler documentation is provided as online help files in
HTML format. Red text in this
document indicates updates and modifications made to the online help content for a
pre-release version. The Intel Fortran Compiler documentation contains the
The Intel Fortran Libraries Reference describes the library procedures in the various Intel Fortran libraries and provides an alphabetic listing of the library routines. This PDF document applies to Intel Fortran for Linux* Systems.
After product installation, the Intel Fortran Compiler documentation is located at:
|Getting Started Guide||The Getting Started Guide briefly introduces the Intel Fortran
Compiler and guides a new user through basic compiler operations. After product
installation, the Getting Started Guide is located at:|
|README||Brief overview of the product, directory map for key product
components, and links/pointers to information of importance to users both
before and after product installation. Before installation the README
document is located at the root level (i.e., same level as the
installation script/executable) of either the installation CD or the
electronic download package. After installation the README document is
|Product Release Notes||The Product Release Notes contain the most up-to-date information
about the product. The Product Release Notes are
presented in both text and HTML formats. The information in the Release Notes includes:
|Installation Guide||The Installation Guide provides detailed instructions that will
normally be of use when the automated procedures do not happen or
specialized install/uninstall steps need to be performed.
The Installation Guide is presented in both text and
HTML formats. The Installation
Guide contains the following information:
|Other Documentation||You can find related documentation, including a PDF version of the
product documentation, the Intel(R) Itanium(R) Assembler User's Guide, and the Intel(R) Itanium(R) Assembly
Language Reference Guide, at this location:|
|Cluster OpenMP* documentation||This documentation describes Cluster OpenMP* support
on Intel(R) EM64T and Itanium(R)-based systems. On these supported
systems, the Users
Guide is located at:.|
The Intel(R) Debugger Manual is available from the Intel(R) Debugger directory (if installed).
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