Thanks...at 23h30 coffee is far off... I saw the proper section of
the config.log showing exactly that (hello world not working). For
everyone else's benefit, ICC (up to 10.1.008) is _not_ compatible with
GCC 4.2... (guess I'll have to retro back to 4.1 series...)
Jeff Squyres wrote:
> This is not an Open MPI problem; Open MPI is simply reporting that
> your C++ compiler is not working. OMPI tests a trivial C++ program
> that uses the STL to ensure that your C++ program is working. It's
> #include <string>
> main ()
> std::string foo = "Hello, world"
> return 0;
> You should probably check with Intel support for more details.
> On Dec 6, 2007, at 11:25 PM, Eric Thibodeau wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am unable to get past ./configure as ICC fails on C++ tests (see
>> attached ompi-output.tar.gz). Configure was called without and the
>> with sourcing `/opt/intel/cc/10.1.xxx/bin/iccvars.sh` as per one of
>> the invocation options in icc's doc. I was unable to find the
>> relevant (well..intelligible for me that is ;P ) cause of the failure
>> in config.log. Any help would be appreciated.
>> Eric Thibodeau
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