With amd64 etch, intel compilers 10, and openmpi 1.2.6 I had no
problem in compiling amber10.
Having changed to amd64 lenny, amber10 did no more pass installation
tets. I was unable to recompile amber10.
I upgraded openmpi 10 1.3.1, which passed all its tests, but again was
unable to recompile amber10.
Now I have purged everything about intel (compilers and mkl) and I am
installing version 11. I'll recompile openmpi 1.3.1 on these. If
amber10 still refuses to compile, i'll abandon intel for gnu compilers
and math libraries.
I'll come to your questions. There was no misprint in what I wrote but
at the moment i am unable to do better. All issues about ssh were
resolved. Actually, there was no issue. I created the issues and
apologize for that.
On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 10:28 AM, Marco <redshift_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> * Francesco Pietra <chiendarret_at_[hidden]> [2009 04 06, 16:51]:
>> cd cytosine && ./Run.cytosine
>> The authenticity of host deb64 (which is the hostname) (127.0.1.1)
>> can't be established.
>> RSA fingerprint .....
>> connecting ?
> Â This is a warning from ssh, not from OpenMPI; probably it is the first
> time the system tries to connect to itself, and is asking you a
> confirmation to continue.
> Â Please note that 127.0.1.1 seems quite strange to me, since the
> 'standard' ip for localhost is '127.0.0.1'. You may want to check your
> /etc/hosts .
>> I stopped the ssh daemon, whereby tests were interrupted because deb64
>> (i.e., itself) could no more be accessed.
> Â I'm afraid it wasn't a great idea... the ssh daemon is required to
> receive connections to localhost; and since mpi wants to do just that,
> stopping sshd won't really fix the issue ;)
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