[gmx-users] About RPM files

Alan Wilter Sousa da Silva alan at biof.ufrj.br
Mon Aug 20 18:21:29 CEST 2001

Hi again,

	Codine is from SUN (look for gridwire), it is thought to work with
any system (solaris, linux etc), but it is not complete, I mean, it is not
like mosix working properly.  However it is quite easy to install and

	But, my first question, should I have to compile GMX again or the
RPM package is already optimised to Athlon?

Alan Wilter S. da Silva
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2001, Alan Wilter Sousa da Silva wrote:
> >I've downloaded GMX for linux/X86,  and installed the rpm packages.  My
> >system is a cluster with four machines running Mandrake 8.0 in a Athlon
> >1GHz with Codine architecture (100Mbits Ethernet).
> >
> >-First question, the RPM files are optimised yet to my Athlon processor?
> >Would I better compile again GMX to my system?
> >
> >-Has anyone ran GMX in a Codine parallel architecture with MPI?
> I don't know what codine is. Is that a Mandrake clustering solution?
> It should work out of the box at maximum speed. Both GROMACS and FFTW will
> install in /usr/local, while LAM installs in /usr. That means you have to
> install at least LAM on all machines, while the other packages could be
> shared via NFS, if you have that installed.
> Groeten, David.
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