It appears that the library libpgbind.so is not included in the 12.2 Linux distribution. I recompiled my entire code system with the 12.2 release, and the final executable resulted in the warning “/usr/bin/ld: warning: libpgbind.so, needed by /opt/pgi/linux86-64/12.2/libso/libacml_mp.so, not found (try using -rpath or -rpath-link)” The latest release notes say nothing about removing libpgbind, and the 12.2 UG still references this library, so I assume it should still be included in the 12.2 release.
When trying to run the executable, predictably it fails because it can not find libpgbind.so. I ran “tar ztf pgilinux-122.tar.gz | grep libpgbind.so” and yielded nothing. I also ran “tar ztf pgilinux-1110.tar.gz | grep libpgbind.so” and found the library.
For now, a workaround is to symbolically link libpgbind.so from the 11.10 version into the libso directory of version 12.2.