[CIG-MC] Installing CitcomS on 64 bit Ubuntu
tan2 at mail.utexas.edu
Tue Oct 26 10:56:33 PDT 2010
pympi.h should be downloaded automatically by the "configure" script and
installed under python/pythin-*.egg/mpi/. Can you make sure that you
have an mpi library (e.g. libmpich or openmpi) AND its header files
(libmpich-dev or openmpi-dev) installed? If this doesn't solve your
problem, please send me your config.log so that I can check the details.
On 10/26/2010 11:29 AM, Peter Rhame Meleney wrote:
> Dear CIG mantle convection mailing list,
> My name is Peter Meleney, I'm working with Brad Hager at MIT and am trying to
> install CitcomS-3.1.1 on my machine running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I have
> successfully downloaded and unpacked CitcomS-3.1.1.tar.gz and ./configure
> appears to run smoothly, however when I then enter the 'make' command:
> '.../CitcomS-3.1.1$make' I receive an error message as follows:
> make: Entering directory '/home/peter/Desktop/CitcomS-3.1.1/module' error:
> mpi/ pympi.h: No such file or directory
> and then several more errors follow which I assume are related to this.
> When I look under /CitcomS-3.1.1/module/ I can't find any folder called mpi or
> any file named pympi.h and actually cannot locate the pympi.h file anywhere on
> my machine. I have tried deleting and re-downloading/installing the CitcomS
> package twice now, so I don't think the error was in downloading the package.
> Any light you might shed on this would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks! -Peter
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