I notice that MIPS is not listed amongst the "known"
architectures in the README, and on trying to compile
OpenMPI on a Linux/MIPS64 platform it blew up in the
Having said that, there does seem to be MIPS stuff in
those directories listing assembly code, but I do NOT
know if this includes MIPS64 support.
The exact error message I'm getting is:
configure: error: No atomic primitives available for
Other useful information:
GCC -V shows I'm using 4.0.0
as -v shows I'm using GNU assembler version 2.15
ar -V shows I'm using GNU ar 2.15
The full GNU toolchain is compiled for the correct
architecture and although other programs seem to
compile, some don't, which means that I can't rule out
a bug in the way the toolchain is working.
Has anyone else had success with GCC 4.0.0 on a MIPS64
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