[gmx-users] xdr_float and Mac OS X

Erik Lindahl lindahl at csb.stanford.edu
Thu Nov 27 19:51:01 CET 2003

Hi Vincent,

You don't need the nsl library on OS X, the xdr routines is in the 
standard C library or something.

The configure script still checks IF they are in libnsl, but it 
shouldn't crash because of this.



On Nov 27, 2003, at 7:22 AM, Vincent Lemaitre wrote:

> On Jeudi, nov 27, 2003, at 15:02 Europe/London, David van der Spoel 
> wrote:
>> On Thu, 2003-11-27 at 15:53, Vincent Lemaitre wrote:
>>> Hi David,
>>> Yes I did. I could not find libnsl.a or any filename containing 
>>> either
>>> "libn"  or "nsl" that I could have related without ambiguity to the
>>> library.
>>> I would not be surprised that Apple renamed the file...
>> then you might want to install NFS if that isn't installed already.
>> Which OS version is this?
> It is Mac OS X (10.2.8) with Darwin 6.8 and it is running NFS (nfsd 
> and nfsiod in the process list).
> Vincent
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