sam at wa4phy.net
Sat Oct 1 19:50:40 UTC 2005
Bill, the thought of installing it somewhere that the system really
doesn't need to know about it -- only the WRF executable and support
files *IF* that's all it needs. Since it won't run without it, I can
only guess that maybe its the only problem, but given all the other
problems I've encountered with this project, it would not surprise me
one bit to find there are other files / libs that it might be looking
for. I suppose I should drop a line to the software developers and see
what they say, but their help desk only recommended trying to execute it
via the mpirun since it was compiled in part by mpicc.
Before I blow it all away and go to the 3.5 distro, can someone pass
the command that I'd use with rpm to install it to say /home/sam ?
Bill Maltby wrote:
> I don't know the rpm commands, but I'm sure they exist. But they
> probably won't do entirely what you need by themselves, IIUC what you
> want to do there. I suspect that after you get the library in it's
> final resting place, you'll want to add the target directory into
> /etc/ld.so.conf. If you don't reboot immediately and want to use it,
> you'll want to run ldconfig.
> This based on my interpretation that you want to pull this lib to an
> out-of-the-way place so it doesn't get trounced/removed when you pull
> major upgrades?
> HTH and that I wasn't addrssing a problem that doesn't exist.
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