Linux and Mac binaries and Windows executables
Binaries for Linux, Windows and Mac are here.
If you cannot find a binary in the main OS folder, check the
temp folder. If a binary is in
temp, it means updates are not supported anymore.
For Windows users: Please install Intel's Redistributable Libraries if you received messages like “The program can't start because libiomp5md.dll is missing from your computer…” on running a program. See the FAQ page.
Old versions of source code for educational purposes are available as Fortran 95 package for download and compilation on Unix systems. Various problems were reported using free Fortran compilers. File blupf90_win.zip contains Windows executables + GNUPLOT; an included script file sets access to all binaries and the graphing package. At this time, the best compiler appears to be from Intel; it is free for noncommercial use in Linux.
Since 2020, Intel Fortran compiler has been free to install. To run latest blupf90 programs on your computer, it will require installation of the Fortran libraries including MKL. We have been providing the blupf90 programs compiled with the old Intel Fortran Compiler, but it will be terminated to use the old compiler by the end of June in 2024. We will keep the old versions with no updates for a while. However, we recommend all users to install Intel Fortran Libraries (and MKL) (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/tools/oneapi/fortran-compiler.html#gs.482bvo) to use the updated blupf90 programs.