[Trilinos-Users] Trilinos on Mac OSX Leopard

Doug Reeder dlr at rain.org
Tue Feb 19 08:46:23 MST 2008


Are you sure that the trilinos configure is using the openmpi that  
you created. You may need to put its path at the front of your path  
or rename the mpi compiler links from the apple supplied openmpi.

Doug Reeder
On Feb 19, 2008, at 5:06 AM, Daniele Avitabile wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am trying to install Trilinos on a PowerPC running Leopard, and I  
> will
> have to do the same very soon on an Mac Intel platform.
> Did you ever tried to do that? When launching the configure script  
> (I've
> done quite a few Trilinos installation, and I'm quite sure the  
> configure
> script is fine), it fails to compile a simple fortran program launched
> by teuchos.
> Leopard does include built-in ompenmpi wrappers but... not for fortran
> 77 and fortran 90. You can easily realise that because
> 1) compiling a hello.f program results in the irritating message
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
> ----
> Unfortunately, this installation of Open MPI was not compiled with
> Fortran 77 support.  As such, the mpif77 compiler is non-functional.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
> ----
> 2) in /usr/share/openmpi, where Leopard installed openmpi wrappers,  
> you
> can realise that the message above is produced by the file
> help-opal-wrapper.txt, and that the corresponding f77 file
> mpif77-wrapper-data.txt has a blank "compiler" field. The same for  
> f90.
> Needless to say, I have tried to rebuild openmpi from scratch with
> ./configure CC=gcc F77=gfortran FC=gfortran CXX=g++; make all install
> the installation goes fine, but the mpif77 command gives me again the
> "not compiled with fortran 77 support"
> Any ideas out there?
> Best.
> Daniele
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