hartke at phc.uni-kiel.de
Tue Jun 28 17:31:43 BST 2005
thanks for the tip - which actually worked. Configure ran through
without problems, and also make and tuning were fine. So, now I have
a working molpro executable.
(In contrast to before, configure now also recognizes the presence of the
ACML library, provides the correct library search paths for that, and it
even tells me that ACML contains both BLAS and LAPACK.
However, it then still asked me for compiler flags for LAPACK - which,
after the above stroke of genius, seemed like a relapse into stupidity
to me. ;-) )
All the best,
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Nick Wilson wrote:
> Dear Bernd,
> These undefined references came about due to a change in how the c
> library dealt with locale. libc now uses __ctype_b_loc rather than
> __ctype_b. This problem has has been fixed with the patch
> 2002.6.opteron_parse2 so if you do:
> make -C utilities patcher.bootstrap
> then configure should start to work again.
> Best wishes,
> Nick Wilson
> Bernd Hartke wrote:
> > Dear molpro users,
> > I am currently trying to compile molpro from the sources with the
> > PGI compiler (pgf90 5.2-4) on an AMD Opteron 246 system running SuSE Linux
> > 9.2. Although the configure script correctly recognizes the system (x86_64)
> > and finds the PGI compiler by itself, it complains in the end:
> > Cannot link with any objects !
> > This architecture or combination of architecture and integer
> > size is proably not supported. Sorry ....
> > I believe to have tracked this down to utilities/get_parse, which tries
> > to link "temp.o" with "parse-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu-i8" (which I believe
> > to be the correct object?), but this results in multiple copies of the
> > following error message:
> > parse-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu-i8.o(.text+0x4c01): In function `yylex':
> > : undefined reference to `__ctype_b'
> > This looks like I am missing some libraries, but I have no clue which.
> > ("ctype_b" may also be a truncated string:
> > There is a C++ class containing things like "ctype_base" in the file
> > include/CC/stl/_ctype.h within the PGI compiler tree. It looks related,
> > but if this is the correct one, I have no idea why PGI is not finding it
> > by itself nor how to force it to include it. -I does not work.)
> > Any hints are appreciated!
> > Bernd
> > ---
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> > Theoretical Chemistry phone : +49-431-880-2753
> > Institute for Physical Chemistry fax : +49-431-880-1758
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