Oracle 10g or less Pro Fortran for linux  ?

Hello,
I'm looking for the oracle pro-fortran for linux.
Where can i find it ?
Thanks

Doesn't appear to be part of the Linux bundle. It may not have been ported. I checked 10gR1 and 9.2.x.

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