Where can I get further help?

Please note: The FAQ pages at the HPCVL website are continuously being revised. Some pages might pertain to an older configuration of the system. Please let us know if you encounter problems or inaccuracies, and we will correct the entries.

The GNU Pascal Project is your first address on help with Pascal on our machines. The people associated with it are extremely dedicated, and operate a variety of help facilities, including an FAQ and an archive .
For help with the debugger, you can check out the web page , and the manual . The GDB people also run several mailing lists to help you with concrete problems.
For the interfacing of Pascal and C-programs, and for the usage of MPI to parallelize your code, you can get some initial ideas from our parallel programming FAQ . Many of the link therein are also useful, in particular the one to the Sun Documentation Site (assuming you're doing what you're doing on Sun machines). HPCVL also provides user support. If you can't get it to run by reading manuals, contact us and we can make an appointment and try to sort it out. In case we cannot help, we might be able to put you in touch with someone who can.