From: jmh3@web2.webpipe.net
Subject: questions..
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 11:09:45 -0600 (MDT)

Hey.

My advisor is considering the NONMEM package. The order form said that we can get it in a unix tar archive-I have a couple questions. All of our machines run linux. Is the tarball source code we will have to compile or is it binaries? Do you know of any compatabiliby issues-c libraries, kernel requirements, etc

If you need more information let me know.
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Thanks
John


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From: "CARNIELLO, MIKE L. [FND/1820]" <mike.l.carniello@chi.monsanto.com>
Subject: RE: questions..
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 08:06:19 -0500

Hello John,

Although we never used it for production work, we were able to successfully compile NONMEM V 1.0 under Linux kernel 2.2.7 (vendor SuSE version 6.1).

The package comes as FORTRAN source code only; we used the gcc/g77 FORTRAN compiler without any library, linking, or other issues.

Mike Carniello
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