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Fedora 20 will ship and Fedora 19 does ship GCC/gfortran 4.8. Fedora 17 and 18 ship with GCC/gfortran 4.7. Fedora 16 and Fedora 15 ship with 4.6, Fedora 14 has 4.5, Fedora 13 has 4.4.3, Fedora 12 comes with GCC 4.4.2, Fedora 11 with GCC 4.4, Fedora 10 with 4.3.2, Fedora 9 with GCC 4.3.0; Fedora 5 to 8 come with GCC 4.1 as system compiler. Fedora 3 and 4 come with GCC 4.0.x (avoid, use at least 4.1.x) ||'''Fedora Version''' ||'''system compiler'''||
|| Fedora 3 & 4 || 4.0 ||
|| Fedora 5, 6, 7 & 8 || 4.1 ||
|| Fedora 9 & 10 || 4.3 ||
|| Fedora 11, 12 & 13 || 4.4 ||
|| Fedora 14 || 4.5 ||
|| Fedora 15 & 16 || 4.6 ||
|| Fedora 17 & 18 || 4.7 ||
|| Fedora 19 & 20 || 4.8 ||
|| Fedora 21 || 4.9 ||
|| Fedora 22 || 5 ||
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RHEL/CentOS 5.x come with GCC 4.1; newer 5.x ship also GCC 4.3 or GCC 4.4 as technical preview. RHEL/CentOS 6 has GCC 4.4. The [[https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/docs/Red_Hat_Developer_Toolset/|Red Hat Developer Toolset]] allows to install newer GCC versions in parallel. RHEL/CentOS 5.x come with GCC 4.1; newer 5.x ship also GCC 4.3 or GCC 4.4 as technical preview. RHEL/CentOS 6 has GCC 4.4. RHEL/CentOS 7 has GCC 4.8. The [[https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/docs/Red_Hat_Developer_Toolset/|Red Hat Developer Toolset]] allows to install newer GCC versions in parallel.
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||SLE 12 || 4.8 || ||
||openSUSE 13.1 & 13.2 || 4.8 || ||

Although we do provide binaries for most common operating systems (Windows, MacOS, Linux), the easiest way to give gfortran a try might be to install a gfortran package provided by your OS vendor.

Debian

GFortran is included in Debian (since Etch) in the gfortran package. Lenny contains 4.3, Old stable (squeeze) contains GCC 4.4; stable (wheezy) and testing (jessie) GCC 4.7. Depending on the Debian version, also the packages gfortran-4.1 to gfortran-4.8 are available.

Ubuntu

GFortran is inclued in Ubuntu (since Drapper) in the gfortran package. The long-term-support (LTS) version "Lucid" has GCC 4.4; Maverick has 4.4, Natty 4.5, Oneiric and Precise Pangolin (LTS) have 4.6. Quantal Quetzal and Raring Ringtail have 4.7. While Saucy will have 4.8.

Additionally, minor updates and new testing versions are available (installation hints).

Fedora

Fedora Version

system compiler

Fedora 3 & 4

4.0

Fedora 5, 6, 7 & 8

4.1

Fedora 9 & 10

4.3

Fedora 11, 12 & 13

4.4

Fedora 14

4.5

Fedora 15 & 16

4.6

Fedora 17 & 18

4.7

Fedora 19 & 20

4.8

Fedora 21

4.9

Fedora 22

5

Red Hat Enterprise Linux / CentOS

RHEL/CentOS 5.x come with GCC 4.1; newer 5.x ship also GCC 4.3 or GCC 4.4 as technical preview. RHEL/CentOS 6 has GCC 4.4. RHEL/CentOS 7 has GCC 4.8. The Red Hat Developer Toolset allows to install newer GCC versions in parallel.

Mandriva

Contains gfortran in the gcc-gfortran package.

(open)SUSE

SUSE Version

system compiler

optional (SDK)

openSUSE 10.2

4.1.1

SUSE Linux Enterprise 10

4.1.1

openSUSE 10.3

4.2.2

openSUSE 11.0 & 11.1

4.3

SLE 11

4.3

SP1: 4.5, SP2: 4.6

openSUSE 11.2

4.4

openSUSE 11.3 & 11.4

4.5

openSUSE 12.1

4.6

openSUSE 12.2 & 12.3

4.7

SLE 12

4.8

openSUSE 13.1 & 13.2

4.8

The gfortran package on openSUSE is called gcc-fortran. Builds of various GCC versions (often including the experimental ones) for various openSUSE/SLE distributions can also be found on the openSUSE build service.

None: GFortranDistros (last edited 2015-08-20 13:28:22 by TobiasBurnus)