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MADIS Supported Computers

The MADIS system has been tested on the following platforms, and precompiled binary versions of the software (which include the source as well) are available. Note that the lists of operating system version numbers and computer models that were tested represent only those used in testing the current release, and do not imply that other versions of the operating system or other computer models in the same family will not work. Where multiple compilers are listed for a given platform, the one used in the precompiled binary distribution is indicated in bold italics.

Binary updates for hp stopped with version 3.7
Binary updates for ibm stopped with version 3.9
Binary updates for sun stopped with version 3.9
Binary updates for irix stopped with version 3.9
Binary updates for windows XP stopped with version 4.2


Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
Hewlett Packard
HP-UX, 10.20
HP-9000/D270
f77, f90
Should work on any HP PA-RISC 1.1 or 2.0 platform
Binary no, source yes
 
Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
IBM POWERx, PowerPC
AIX, 5.1.0
E-Server 1600 Cluster
xlf, xlf90
Should work on any IBM POWERx or PowerPC platform
Binary no, source yes
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
Sun
SunOS, 5.10
Ultra-4
f77
Should work on any SPARC platform
Binary no, source yes
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
Linux
Red Hat, RHEL 5.10
C3, W5580 @ 3.20GHz
pgf90, g77
Should work on any Intel or Intel-compatible Linux platform
Tested on Red Hat, RHEL 6.5 64 byte
Binary yes, source yes, current version, 32 byte static lib
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
Linux
Red Hat, RHEL 5.10
C3, W5580 @ 3.20GHz
g77, pgf90
Should work on any Intel or Intel-compatible Linux platform
Uses shared libs on a 32 byte system, version 3.9
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
Silicon Graphics
IRIX/IRIX64, 6.5
Origin 200, Indigo 2
f77
Should work on any n32 platform
Binary no, source yes
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
PC running Windows
Windows
Xeon 2.8 GHz, XP
g77
Should work on any Windows 9x/Me/2000/NT/XP/W7 platform
Binary yes, source yes
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Platform
Operating system
Models tested
Compilers tested
Binary portability
PC running Windows 7
Windows 7
HP dual core , Win7
g77
Should work on Windows W7 platform
Binary yes, source yes
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If you intend to compile and link either the MADIS API or user-written programs that link to the API, Unidata netCDF software must be installed on the system. For Unix/Linux operating systems, binaries and source code can be obtained from Unidata's netCDF download site.

For Windows operating systems use the netCDF package that's included in the MADIS binary distribution.

In order to support the least-common-denominator RedHat Linux version, the MADIS binaries are built using RedHat AS 5.9


Last updated 16 March 2017