View Full Version : PDE2d on 64-bit machines

07-09-2007, 05:38 AM
I have a license for PDE2d 8.4 it runs on 32 bit machines but
with the new generation of 64bit machines it will not work.
Is it possible to get a free replacement version for the 64bit

07-09-2007, 09:22 AM
I believe the only version at release 8.4 I offered other than the source
code license was the Windows/LF90 version (though I could be mistaken,
this isn't Linux/g77 is it?), and if you had the source code license, there
would be no problem recompiling. So I guess you have the Windows/LF90
version, correct?

Assuming you have the Windows/LF90 version: we do not currently have
any 64-bit Windows versions, only 64 bit version is Linux/g77. We may
map to 64-bit Windows with Intel Fortran soon, if the demand is there.

Granville Sewell

07-09-2007, 03:23 PM
Sorry, I have version 8.2 for linux/g77 no source code.
Any hope here?

07-10-2007, 07:44 AM
Well, we do have a 64-bit Linux version (that actually includes both 32 and
64 bit libraries, I run both versions on my own Linux PC at the same time),
you can purchase it now at http://buy.vni.com, it would be PDE2D 8.6
which has a lot of nice features compared to 8.2. The price is $1500;
or $750 for university customers.

I can't personally offer you a discount as that is now under VNI's control,
and the official policy is simply you buy any upgrades separately.
But if you'll e-mail me directly at sewell@math.utep.edu I can pass your
request on and see if they want to make you a discount, though I can't
promise you anything.

Granville Sewell

By the way, I think we will be working on a 64-bit Windows/Intel Fortran
version soon.