I'm Mr. Kim.
I am looking for some information.
We have a Intel(CPU) system, a AMD(CPU) system
And we will compile a program using the GCC 4.1.2 (from AMD) on AMD system.
So I wonder, do the binary (compiled GCC 4.1.2 from AMD) execute the two system (Intel, AMD)?
We will use same binary. not to recompile on Intel system.
It's not clear from your message whether or not you are using ACML.
In any case, your binary should run fine without recompilation on both systems so long as you have any relevant compiler run-time libraries installed on both. If you ARE linking to ACML, and if you link to the shared version of ACML, you would also need the shared ACML library libacml.so to be on both machines.