Commit 64a679dd authored by Daniel Wortmann's avatar Daniel Wortmann

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parent 7aa656b9
To install FLEUR you have to provide a system with at least:
* A '''Fortran compiler''' and a compatible C compiler. (We have good experience with modern versions of the Intel compilers (>Version 12), the gfortran compilers (>Version 6) and the PGI-Compilers (>Version 18.4)).
* '''cmake''' (This can be easily be downloaded from https://www.cmake.org).
* '''git''' (Should be available on your system.)
* The '''libxml2''' library (Also a standard library found in every modern operating system. You might have to install an additional development packet.)
* The '''BLAS/LAPACK''' library (It is a good idea to look for a tuned version for your system, e.g. Intel-MKL).
* A *Fortran compiler* and a compatible C compiler. (FLEUR is known to work with the Intel compilers (>Version 12), the gfortran compilers (>Version 6) and the PGI-Compilers (>Version 18.4)).
* *cmake* (This can be downloaded from https://www.cmake.org if needed).
* *git* (Should be available on your system.)
* The *libxml2* library (A standard library. You might have to install an additional development packet.)
* The *BLAS/LAPACK* library (It is a good idea to look for a tuned version for your system, e.g. Intel-MKL).
* Further libraries can be used if present. See the output of the configure step later on.
## Example setup
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In this tutorial a basic Ubuntu image is used. Hence, we have to install quite some additional software.
Please perform the following steps to set-up the environment. Please be patient, this will take some time.
`add-apt-repository -y ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test ;apt update ;apt -y install gfortran-7 cmake libxml2-dev liblapack-dev`{{execute}}
`add-apt-repository -y ppa:ubuntu-toolchain-r/test ;apt update ;apt -y install gfortran-8 cmake libxml2-dev liblapack-dev`{{execute}}
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