Problem with compiling abinit-8.6.3 on Ubuntu 17.10

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Problem with compiling abinit-8.6.3 on Ubuntu 17.10

Postby GSRush » Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:10 am

Hello dear all!

I am new here. I'm trying to install abinit-8.6.3 on Ubuntu 17.10. I'm using VirtualBox.

My config file is:

with_fft_libs="-L/usr/lib -lfftw3 -lfftw3f"
with_linalg_libs="-L/usr/lib -llapack -lf77blas -lcblas -latlas"

Final remarks are:

Summary of important options:

* C compiler : gnu version 7.2
* Fortran compiler: gnu version 7.2
* architecture : unknown unknown (64 bits)

* debugging : basic
* optimizations : standard

* OpenMP enabled : no (collapse: ignored)
* MPI enabled : yes
* MPI-IO enabled : yes
* GPU enabled : no (flavor: none)

* TRIO flavor = none
* TIMER flavor = abinit (libs: ignored)
* LINALG flavor = atlas (libs: user-defined)
* ALGO flavor = none (libs: ignored)
* FFT flavor = fftw3 (libs: user-defined)
* MATH flavor = none (libs: ignored)
* DFT flavor = libxc-fallback

Configuration complete.
You may now type "make" to build ABINIT.
(or, on a SMP machine, "make mj4", or "make multi multi_nprocs=<n>")

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is attached.

Then I'm trying to make or make mj4 and it ends with errors.

Here output for "make":
and here is for "make mj4":

What is wrong?
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Re: Problem with compiling abinit-8.6.3 on Ubuntu 17.10

Postby ebousquet » Fri Feb 02, 2018 11:26 am

Dear GSRush,
I cannot read the link of your makefile output, could you just send the latest lines with the error messages?
Otherwise, why not using make multi multi_nprocs=XX?
Best wishes,
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