[CentOS] Incompatible Libraries

Tru Huynh tru at centos.org
Sat Sep 3 15:51:17 UTC 2005

On Fri, Sep 02, 2005 at 09:51:47PM -0400, Sam Drinkard wrote:
> Tru,
>    Thanks for the info. 
You are welcome.
> things in years past.  Anyhow, one package, ncar graphics still gives 
> the same messages about the incompatible libs, even with it pointing to 
> the 64-bit lib directory.
Have you followed the instructions at
Special note for Linux systems

The default configuration file for Linux assumes you have a 32-bit architecture
and are using the GNU compilers (gcc and g77). If you have a different compiler
or architecture (i.e. 64-bit) you want to use, you need to copy the appropriate
$NCARG/config/LINUX.xxx file to $NCARG/config/LINUX. Some of the available
configuration files include:

   1. LINUX.GNU - GNU compilers (32-bit architecture)
   2. LINUX.64.GNU - GNU compilers (64-bit architecture)
   3. LINUX.PGI - Portland Group compilers (32-bit architecture)
   4. LINUX.64.PGI - Portland Group compilers (64-bit architecture)
   5. LINUX.INTEL - Intel compilers (32-bit architecture)
   6. LINUX.64.INTEL - Intel compilers (64-bit architecture)
>  In building the mm5 products, the actual mm5 
> exe will build without hitch using the portland group compiler, but when 
> using ifort of the intel 9.0 compiler, it too fails with the lib 
> errors.  I'm just not educated enough to know why there is an 
> incompatibility.  I'll ask around on some of the other discussion boards 
> directly related to ncarg and mm5 and see what I can dig up there.
http://mailman.ucar.edu/pipermail/mm5-users/2004/000602.html ?

caveat, I have never used any of the mentionned software.



Tru Huynh (CentOS-3 i386/x86_64 Package Maintenance)
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