Thanks for your reply
In fact as you said it was a strange problem with the .bashrc
with sudo make install I have the error, but with sudo bash and then
make install the error disappears.
I did'nt understand why....
Everything seems OK now, no more problem at runtime.
2011/6/7 Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]>:
> On Jun 6, 2011, at 10:43 AM, Virginie trinite wrote:
>> I try to compile open-mpi with ifort 12.0.4. My system is ubuntu
>> lucid. Previous intallation with ifort 11.1 was fine.
>> configure and make all seems to work well, but make install report an error:
>> libtool: line 7847: icc: command not found
>> libtool: install: error: relink `lipopen-rte.la' with the above
>> command before installing it
>> I want to underline that icc is a knom command for bash.
> Somehow it became unknown. Is your PATH being reset somehow? Or perhaps if your .bashrc resetting your PATH such that even if "which icc" finds it at the shell prompt, if sub-shells have your .bashrc invoked, the PATH gets reset (or the icc settings don't get inherited properly), and therefore it becomes unknown...?
>> I have check the FAQ and it seems to me that the problem is more like
>> the one report for IBM compiler. So I try with
> I'm a little confused why you're mentioning the IBM compiler...? This issue is a shell/build issue (I assume...? You only sent a few lines from the output, so I can't tell exactly where the error is occurring).
>> configure CC=icc CXX=icpc F77=ifort FC=ifort --disable-shared --enable-static
>> Now the install finish without error, but when I try to run mpi I have
>> error message:
> Now I'm very confused. :-\
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> Jeff Squyres
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