[MITgcm-support] Re: compiling MITgcm
ed at eh3.com
Tue Feb 15 22:11:20 EST 2005
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In regards to the Sun build/test problems, it seems that your gcc-g77
install isn't happy. Its trying to use a dynamically linked g2c library
and this is probably due to an odd or botched gcc-g77 install. Google
gives a number of links that report similar errors such as:
So are you *sure* that gcc and g77 are properly installed on your Suns?
For instance, are you able to produce working Fortran programs using
simple "hello_world.f"-type programs?
And for the Altix system, could you please send us a more detailed bug
report? A cut-and-paste of the exact commands you used and the exact
error message(s) you received would be very helpful. A significant
fraction of the current MITgcm users are routinely running their
simulations on Altix systems so they are known to work well!
=== Original Email ===
Kelvin Richards <rkelvin at hawaii.edu>
mitgcm-support at mitgcm.org
Tue, 15 Feb 2005 16:28:12 -1000
I am trying to install the MITgcm on our local machines and am
number of problems. I hope you dont mind questions from novices!
Following the installation guidelines on your web page I tried
'verifying' exp5. The automatic machine detection picks up the
build_option sunos_sun4u_g77, produces an executable, but fails
run, complaining that it cannot find libg2c.so.0. This appears
to be a
library of gcc_g77 which is not installed on our machines.
sunos_sun4u_f77 gives the same error). Is it possible to run
this particular library? If so how? If not, then I will see
getting it installed. However it would be useful if there a list
necessary libraries to run the model, and where the code is
them to be (I cannot find a reference to libraries from a quick
of the Makefile).
For exp0 the compilation failed completely at the linking stage
sure why at this stage)
I tried compiling on an Altix machine (using both the automatic
detection and linux_ia64_efc+mpi_altix). Both failed. I will
advice, but is there someone who I can ask for help if
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