A few remarks on the Intel Fortran compiler

In order to run a program compiled by our Intel compiler, you have to set manually the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable. You can do this by adding to your script (the one you are qsub'ing), somewhere before calling the executable, the following lines
          setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/intel_fc_80/lib
          setenv NLSPATH         $LD_LIBRARY_PATH/ifcore_msg.cat
if the script is a csh script, or
          NLSPATH        =/usr/intel_fc_80/lib/ifcore_msg.cat
          export LD_LIBRARY_PATH NLSPATH
if it is a bash (sh) script (variable NLSPATH is useful in case of a crash: it points to an error messages file).

The following can serve as an example:

          #!/bin/tcsh -f
          #PBS -j oe
          #PBS -r n
          #PBS -l nodes=1
          #PBS -l pcput=9:40:40,mem=5mb
          cd $PBS_O_WORKDIR

          echo 'Submitted by      :' `basename ~`
          echo 'Starting on       :' `hostname`
          echo 'Working directory :' $PBS_O_WORKDIR
          echo 'Started at        :' `date`
          echo ' '

          setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/intel_fc_80/lib
          setenv NLSPATH         $LD_LIBRARY_PATH/ifcore_msg.cat

          time ./my_program < my_program.dat > my_program.out

          echo ' '
          echo Job finished at `date`
For interactive compilation, you don't have to specify anything, provided you have used use_ic.

If you want the autodouble mode, you can add -r8 option when compiling your program.