On Jan 14, 2014, at 2:44 AM, Paul Hargrove <phhargrove_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> The problem surfaces on i386 too, and use of gfortran seems the best fix.
> My recommended rewrite:
> - On NetBSD-6 (at least AMD64 and i386) libtool misidentifies properties of
> f95/g95, leading to obscure compile-time failures if used to build Open MPI.
> You can work around this issue by either installing gfortran, removing f95
> and g95 from your path, or by configuring Open MPI to disable the fortran
I tweaked a bit -- how's this:
- On NetBSD-6 (at least AMD64 and i386), and possibly on OpenBSD,
libtool misidentifies properties of f95/g95, leading to obscure
compile-time failures if used to build Open MPI. You can work
around this issue by ensuring that libtool will not find f95/g95
(e.g., by specifying FC=gfortran, or otherwise ensuring gfortran
will be found earlier in the path than f95/g95), or by configuring
Open MPI to disable the Fortran MPI bindings.
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