[molpro-user] configure error for molpro 2002.6

David Glowacki chmdrgl at leeds.ac.uk
Wed Mar 29 17:38:25 BST 2006

Hello molpro users,


We are trying to run the ./configure script for putting serial molpro on the
master node of our Beowulf cluster (2 intel 32 bit xeon processors per

We have Red Hat Linux 3.2.2-5, and we are using the ifc v 8.0 fortran
compiler.  When we run the ./configure, we get the following error message:



getmachine was unable to identify your operating system correctly.

Using Intel compiler /opt/intel/compiler80/ia32/bin/ifc for bootstrap

ifc: warning: The Intel Fortran driver is now named ifort.  You can suppress
this message with '-quiet'

/bin/sh: line 1: ../CONFIG_FRONT: No such file or directory

gmake: *** [echo] Error 1

utilities/machine.exe: error while loading shared libraries: libcxa.so.5:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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Thinking that perhaps the program was having trouble linking to the
libcxa.so.5 libraries, we added a linking command to the location of these
libraries (./configure -L {file location}), but alas, we still get the same
error message.  I have investigated the molpro user's archived messages and
found that Vadim Kislov reported a similar sort of error message (17 March
2006), and he was directed to reinstall the source code for molpro.  I have
tried this, but I still get the same error.


If anyone has suggestions for dealing with this problem, or needs more
information to propose a solution, please let me know. 

any help would be very much appreciated.


Thanks very much,

Dave Glowacki


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