On Thu, 22 May 2008, Don Kerr wrote:
> Can anyone set my expectations with their real world experiences
> regarding building Open MPI on one release of Linux and running on another.
> If I were to...
> Build OMPI on Redhat 4, will it run on later releases of Redhat, e.g.
> Redhat 5?
> Build OMPI on Suse 9, will it run on later releases of Suse, e.g. Suse 10?
> Build OMPI on Redhat, will it run on Suse?
> Build OMPI on Suse, will it run on Redhat?
> Thanks in advance for your insights.
> users mailing list
The best way I have found to ensure maximum compatibility is to compile a
version of GCC that is not tied to any OS, but that is tied to an
architecture. I then compile all my applications using that compiler and
it has always worked for me.
James A. Peltier
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