Addendum was Re: now problems RUNNING molpro2002.6: ADDRESS ERROR crashes
garold at physics.udel.edu
Fri Aug 1 19:57:19 BST 2003
Hi Matt and other molpro experts,
Thank you for your assistance. A member of my group had recommended
using export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.2.5 in the .bashrc file but I had
commented it out in the expectation that the ifc / RH9 incompatibility
fix recommended in
was sufficinet. However, I did what you suggested: make veryclean, used
your CONFIG file recommendations, and recompiled. As before, compilation
was trouble-free and the log showed no errors. However, I again had
"Adress Error" when I ran. Actually, I do not know too much about ld or
the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL variable (nor NPTL--what's that?) so I'll read up on
Let me know if you have other suggestions. Is the only solution
downgrading to Red Hat 8 (or earlier)? Has no one managed to install
molpro under Red Hat 9?
ps: Hyper-threading is definitely diasbled (this is what
On 1 Aug 2003, The Matt wrote:
> Also, if you explore the NPTL issue, you might want make veryclean and
> remake the whole sucker with LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 in the environment.
> Some programs (like molpro) may be more statically linked, so just
> trying to run molpro under LD_ASSUME_KERNEL might fail.
> Of course, compiling under LD_ASSUME_KERNEL might fail too.
> Of more course, you could have already done this.
> Hope this can help,
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