Re: compiling NAMD

From: gzheng (gzheng_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Fri Jul 09 2004 - 20:52:04 CDT

Hi Brian,

 Jim did the build, he may answer your question better. I think it was
compiled against default RH9 installation (2.4 kernel).
But I have no problem using it (fftw) on my desktop that has Suse Linux
with 2.6 kernel.

 Recently I have seen a lot of email about this incompatibility problem
of fftw and tcl binaries. Just let people aware of the existence of
these two RH9 builds, so that one can try before going through the
source compilation.

Gengbin

Brian Bennion wrote:

>Hi Gengbin,
>
>Are these compiled against an updated 2.6 kernel and its associated
>headers?
>I have redhat ES and WS machines that I have updated the kernels on and
>the headers don't match vanilla RH 9 or Fedora Core.
>
>Once I recompiled the tcl library things went smoothly.
>
>Brian
>
>
>On Fri, 9 Jul 2004, gzheng wrote:
>
>
>
>>There are precompiled libraries that are compiled for redhat9:
>>
>>fftw-linux-redhat9.tar.gz
>>tcl-linux-redhat9.tar.gz
>>
>>I think they should work for redhat ES and fedora.
>>
>>Gengbin
>>
>>Brian Bennion wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Hello All
>>>
>>>Just FYI the download site is working again.
>>>
>>>For those compiling NAMD on linux redhat ES WS or AS servers or fedora
>>>core 2 the precompiled libtcl8.3.a libraries are outdated. So you need to
>>>get the complete source and compile new libraries.
>>>
>>>Hope this helps.
>>>
>>>Brian
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