I've encountered a problem compiling a library written in Fortran and C on a 64bit system. I've tested the library on a 32bit system and it is running fine, so the problem must be with how I compile it on a 64bit system, details: gcc 3.4.5 Suse 9.
The flags used to compile on 32 bit system are:
LARGE_FILE = -Dlinux -DFOPEN64
CFLAGS = $(DEBUG) -DREAL_8 -DTABLE_PATH=\"emos\" $(LOCAL_CFLAGS) $(LARGE_FILE)
FFLAGS = $(DEBUG) -fno-second-underscore -Dlinux -DUSE_NO_POINTERS -DREAL_8 -DREAL_BIGGER_THAN_INTEGER -DTABLE_PATH=\"emos\"
I have modified it for 64bit compilation by adding
-m64 to both CFLAGS and FFLAGS, the library still compiles but calls to some of its functions result in Segmentation fault.
After some playing around I discovered that adding an additional optimization flag -O3 solves some of the problems, that is some functions begin to work but eventually the thing still crashes.
If anyone can provide a proper procedure to compile under 64bit system that would help a lot.