I've got source code for a couple FORTRAN programs used in one of my engineering classes. The teacher has provided .exe versions for the majority of the students (using Windows). Presumably for the students not using Windows (there are several), he posted the source code for the programs. After some work, I was able to compile them using g77 and some LINPACK files I downloaded. They run great on my PowerBook. However, when I move them to the Power Mac G5, I get errors about dynamic libraries being unavailable. Presumably, this has something to do with the fact that there isn't a FORTRAN compiler installed on the G5. I'd like to provide compiled versions for the Mac to the teacher so that he can post them for the benefit of other Mac-using students. However, first I need to somehow compile them so that they aren't dependent on libraries that most people don't have installed. I've very much a novice at programming, and in fact, this is my first experience with FORTRAN whatsoever. Does anyone know how I could compile a standalone executable that will run on any (PowerPC at least) Mac without needing external libraries? These are both command line programs if that matters.