[gmx-users] Another Compiling Adventure
hdh at helios.physics.uoguelph.ca
Thu Dec 13 00:04:44 CET 2001
I'm attempting to compile gromacs (version 2.0) on a Beowulf built from
Alpha chips running Linux. The compaq C/Fortran compilers are installed,
but when i go to build it, I get the following error:
cc: info: /usr/include/gconv.h, line 171: In the declaration of "__data",
zero cannot be used as an element count specifier. The specifier will be
ignored, (leaving the member/parameter with an incomplete array type) in
this context. (zeroelements)
__extension__ struct __gconv_step_data __data;
As a result of these errors which are throughout the compliling,
nothing gets compiled.
Am i missing some library call or something?
I did get Gromacs 2.0 running (and running well) on a single Alpha box
running linux using the compaq compilers, so i'm unsure of what is going
on here (although, that was a different chip, a different version of
linux, and a different version of the compilers....)
I'd like to install Gromacs version 3,
but i don't think the system admins will want to change the lam version
for me, is there any way to complile with a (slightly) different
version than the one required by Gromaces 3?
how about getting around having those fast-fourier libraries installed?
Thanks for your time,
Hendrick de Haan
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