I'm trying to build a 64-bit 1.2.5 on an 8-core Xeon
Mac Pro running OS X 10.4.11, with the Portland Group's PGI Workstation
7.1-5 tools. The configure script works its magic with a couple of
modifications to account for PGI's tendency to freak out about F90
modules. Upon make, though, I end up dying with a "Wat architecture?"
because (I presume) a 64-bit Xeon build isn't a PPC, a PPC64, or an X86.
Is this something that's been seen by others? I'm not the world's
greatest software stud and this is just a step along the path to my
real objective, which is making my own software run on this beast
machine of mine.
Suggestions, tips, and clever insults are welcome. Thanks,
"Big Jim Cooley came out of the West;
whatever he wanted, he could get." -- Genesis, "Ballad of Big"
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