Re: NAMD on fedora 3 core?

From: Gengbin Zheng (gzheng_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Tue Jun 07 2005 - 12:00:22 CDT

i686-TCP binary is compiled on a 32 bit PC, I don't think it is good for
your opteron 64 bit machine.
You may want to compile NAMD from source since I don't think we have
precompiled binary for opteron. You just need to download namd 2.5
tarball and follow the instructions in readme. You may also want to
check out NAMD wiki on NAMD website for more information.

Gengbin

Georgios Papadopoulos wrote:

> Hi !
> I installed NAMD (NAMD_2.5_Linux-i686-TCP.tar.gz) on a
> dual opteron-248 machine with Fedora 3 core as OS. The
> resulted benchmarks are rather disappointing (for me).
> NAMD runs only slightly faster on Fedora than on Win2000
> (same machine), BUT REALLY slower than on a dual Xeon machine
> with Mandrake.
> How do the 64 bits make their difference?
> Is there any NAMD precompiled version for my architecture?
> The alternative is to compile NAMD from scratch. Of course
> this choice is not very attractive.
> Any way, for this I would need the source. Which files do I
> have to download?
>
> I'd appreciate any suggestions.
>
> GO.Papadopoulos

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