[gmx-users] Automake problem during installation 4.5.7
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Jul 5 14:55:51 CEST 2017
On 7/4/17 11:56 PM, CHEN, Yu Wai [ABCT] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am trying to install 4.5.7 (because I need to use a forcefield which is for 4.5.X) with MPI on our system
Any force field that is in the format of version 4.5 is compatible with all
newer GROMACS versions. I recommend that you don't try to install antiquated
and unsupported software. Old code on newer hardware, with newer compilers
rarely works. Try the latest version of GROMACS.
here which runs Scientific Linux 6.3. I managed to do some SETENV to get the
library and include paths set up, and
> configure finished without issues. But when I tried to do "make", it gives me errors:
> ./configure: line 2050: syntax error near unexpected token `tar-ustar'
> ./configure: line 2050: `AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(tar-ustar)'
> make: *** [config.status] Error 2
> I searched on the internet, someone asked the same question in 2013; an answer suggested to comment out the AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(tar-ustar) line in configure.ac which I tried but did not work; i.e. led to other automake problems.
> Can someone help me? Thanks.
> Yu Wai Chen 陳友維, PhD...................Senior Research Fellow
> Hong Kong Polytechnic University +852-34008660
> Department of Applied Biology & Chemical Technology
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