Re: f951: fatal error: can’t open /tmp/ccKB9p5g.s for writing: No such file or directory

Eliza Tkacz RIK eliza.tkacz@p.lodz.pl
Fri Jun 14 14:57:00 GMT 2013


No, it does not.

E.T.

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On 6/14/2013 10:09 AM, Eliza Tkacz RIK wrote:
> Hello,
>
> After installing the package OpenSSH I am not able to compile any
> fortran  code using gfortran command.
> The compilation is terminated with:
>
> f951: fatal error: can’t open /tmp/XXXXXXXX.s for writing: No such file
> or  directory
>
> XXXXXXXX stands for for some numbers and letters, which differ from one
> compilation to another.
> Before this last installation gfortran compilation has been warking
> fine.
>
> You will find attached the cygcheck.out file, where I changed only user
> name and some system keys.
>
> Can anyone offer advice?

Does uninstalling the 'openssh' package resolve the issue?


-- 
Larry

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