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[NMusers] Gfortran problems in yosemite

From: Adedeji Majekodunmi <majeko_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2016 17:21:45 +0000

Hi All,
I would be most grateful for any assistance with the following issues with =
NONMEM. I'm using a mac (2012) and I've just recently upgraded to yosemite.=
 The problem is that NONMEM has stopped running on my laptop since upgradin=
g. This is fairly typical after an upgrade in mac and is usually a problem =
with gfortran compatibility which should normally be resolved by uninstalli=
ng and re-installing gfortran with the following command:
sudo rm -r/usr/local/gfortran/usr/local/bin/gfortran
I've tried re-installing the 5.2 version of gfortran which is compatible wi=
th yosemite (https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortranBinaries#MacOS).
I then tried running NONMEM but I'm getting the following errors:








   WARNINGS AND ERRORS (IF ANY) FOR PROBLEM 1 (WARNING 2) =
NM-TRAN INFERS THAT THE DATA ARE POPULATION. (WARNING 13) WIT=
H USER-WRITTEN PRED OR $PRED, NM-TRAN CANNOT APPEND THE MDV DATA ITEM.Not=
e: The following floating-point exceptions are signalling: IEEE_INVALID_FLA=
G IEEE_DIVIDE_BY_ZERORecompiling certain componentsMUMODEL.f90:67:10:
       USE FSIZES, ONLY: F_PC,F_PG,F_LVO,F_LVS 1Fata=
l Error: Cannot read module file ‘fsizes.mod’ opened at (1), because =
it was created by a different version of GNU Fortrancompilation terminated.=
PRPNM.f90:58:10:
       USE PNM_CONFIG, ONLY: PNM_UPAR,M_IDEFD,M_IDEFA,M_EL,M_TQ=
,M_DAC,M_DPC 1Fatal Error: Cannot read module file ‘pnm_con=
fig.mod’ opened at (1), because it was created by a different version o=
f GNU Fortrancompilation terminated.Building NONMEM Executablegfortran: err=
or: temp_dir/MUMODEL.o: No such file or directorygfortran: error: temp_dir/=
PRPNM.o: No such file or directory =































No nonmem execution.
It appears there are still problems with gfortran. Would anyone be kind eno=
ugh to assist?
My other question: Is there a way to prevent future upgrades on the mac int=
erfering with NONMEM?
Kind Regards,
AdedejiPhD student, UCL. =

Received on Mon Feb 22 2016 - 12:21:45 EST

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