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#19032 10/10/08 01:37 PM
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Dear all,

I try to install Version 35b1 on AMD Opteron cluster running Red Hat Enterprise Linux

It was successfully installed, but

If I select to install with the large size (./install.com gnu large), I got segmentation fault

However, I did decrease the size to medium, I got stack overflow

Any suggestions?

thank you very much

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You should use the x86_64 keyword of install.com when compiling on a machine running a 64-bit Linux OS. You should easily be able to make XLARGE and XXLARGE executables with AMD Opterons running an x86_64 Linux version.

When changing keywords to install.com, be sure to do

rm -rf lib/gnu build/gnu

before recompiling with a different set of options.

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Thank you very much,

my system is sort of hybrid 32/64 bit

I did try both ./install.com gnu large x86_32 and ./install.com gnu large x86_64.

Unfortunately, I still got those errors.

Please help!

thank you

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The x86_64 Linux versions are for those 32/64 machines, based on AMD Opteron or Intel EM64T class chipsets. I've had no trouble using

./install.com gnu xlarge x86_64 gfortran

Note that although gfortran is assumed (4.1.1 or later is strongly recommended), I've observed a compilation failure when the 'gfortran' keyword is omitted (related to a hack for GETARG in machdep/startup.src).

There is no x86_32 option; type ./install.com with no args to get a list of the allowed keywords.

Based on the information provided, I cannot diagnose the problem.

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I found a bug in install.com which led to problems compiling c35b1 when the GFORTRAN keyword was omitted from the command line; a fix has been posted in the Bug Reports & Fixes forum.

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thank you very much , Rick.

it went well after specify gfortan on the installation command


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