Arm HPC Compilers now available free of charge

See the following blog post on the Arm website for more details:

The Arm HPC Compilers include the armflang Fortran compiler, which is based on classic Flang, as mentioned in the blog post.

I myself have downloaded the tarball and installed it on my NVIDIA Jetson Nano devkit. You can follow along my adventure here:

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Would this work on a Raspberry PI or an ASUS Tinkerboard

I asked the exact same question on the Arm blog post! I have a couple Raspberry Pi’s in my “home lab”. I think they’re Zero, 3B+, and 4B. I wish the chip shortage is over so I can buy more RPi 4B’s easily…

Anyway, I got a couple answers at the Arm forum post I made, looks like it is compatible with RPi 4B as long as you install a 64-bit OS (aarch64 or arm64). I can’t recall whether Raspbian 64-bit is still in beta status or is already released for general usage. I’m not too familiar with the ASUS Tinkerboard to comment about it.

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This is exciting. Thank you for sharing the news. I have a small collection of SBCs (RPi4, Allwinner H3, H5 & an RK3399) that I would want to try it on.

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