I would like to compile WRF-CHEM 3.5 on an Ubuntu 12.10 x64 machine.
On this machine I’ve already compiled the NetCDF libraries with PGI’s compiler (pgfortran/pgcc), and, therefore, it’s best to compile WRF with the same compiler.
Because of this I think I should select a configuration option of the WRF model which keeps this aspect into account (i.e.: it makes use of pgcc).
But the pgcc options seem to be tailored for specific architectures, since I can only see:
- the ones specifically tailored for the NCAR Yellowstone system (Linux x86_64 i486 i586 i686 PGI compiler with pgcc YELLOWSTONE (serial/smpar/dmpar/dm+sm) )
- the ones tailored for the message passing interface of SGI systems (Linux x86_64 i486 i586 i686 PGI compiler with pgcc SGI MPT (serial/smpar/dmpar/dm+sm)).
Otherwise I can choose options that make use of PGI compiler with gcc, but I’m afraid in losing compatibility with the NetCDF libraries.
What’s my best option?