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Old 10-05-2011, 02:04 AM   #1
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MPI programming

I want to do MPI programming using C language in Linux. I have Fedora 10 and Red hat 9 installed in my lab. I dont know how to start. Can I do it using gcc compiler? I have found some links related to mpiC. But I cant find its binary version compiler.

Kindly guide me.

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First of all, get rid of Fedora 10 and Red Hat 9 as both of those are obsolete and unsupported now. Install a newer version of the distribution you want to use (Fedora is at version 15 now). You can do MPI with gcc, but you'll need to install an implementation of MPI (such as Open MPI) first. Your distribution may provide packages for MPI.


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