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Old 06-23-2005, 08:16 PM   #1
cdsnithi
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no effect for ./configure options to install a software


Hi,

I have 15 nodes linux cluster. First, I installed a software with g++ as c++ compiler on one node. Now i'm trying to install the same software on a different node with mpiCC as c++ compiler. The installation was complete with some warnings for clock skew. But the compiler used is still g++, as far as i can see. is there anyway to force the configure to use mpiCC as the C++ compiler? or is there anyway to see if the what compiler the software is using?

Thanks,

Nithila.
 
Old 06-23-2005, 08:35 PM   #2
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"I have 15 nodes linux cluster. First, I installed a software with g++ as c++ compiler on one node. Now i'm trying to install the same software on a different node with mpiCC as c++ compiler. The installation was complete with some warnings for clock skew. But the compiler used is still g++, as far as i can see. is there anyway to force the configure to use mpiCC as the C++ compiler? or is there anyway to see if the what compiler the software is using?"

Take a look at the code in the ./configure command. It is common practice for the configure script to refer to the compiler as cc. If your configure command is refering to the compiler as cc then you can make cc a symbolic link to whichever compiler you want to use on the next compile.

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Old 06-23-2005, 08:48 PM   #3
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Thanks !

will try doing that!

Nithila.
 
  


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