OK, the answer, to my unclear question is:
[cessenat_at_valerie hwloc-1.0.1]# lstopo file.xml
[cessenat_at_iliana ~]$ hwloc-ls --xml file.xml
comp1 is the computer with no graphics lib, comp2 is the one with the
What you write is clear to computer scientists, but I failed to figure
out what it meant. Sorry, it is clear now !
Le dimanche 06 juin 2010 Ã 21:42 +0200, Samuel Thibault a Ã©crit :
> Olivier Cessenat, le Sun 06 Jun 2010 21:34:49 +0200, a Ã©crit :
> > Sure. It does not explain how.
> Usage: lt-lstopo [ options ] ... [ filename ]
> See lstopo(1) for more details.
> Supported output file formats: .txt, .fig, .pdf, .ps, .png, .svg, .xml
> How should we write it instead?
> > Should I perform on comp1 the no-graphics machine and comp2 the one with
> > graphics :
> > $ comp1: hwloc-ls > toto.txt
> > $ comp2: hwloc-ls toto.txt
> What is comp1 and comp2, and what do you want to achieve precisely?
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