Save yourself from a lot of headaches and wasted time.
Download the OpenMPI 1.4.3 source tarball, install it, and use it.
All it takes is 'configure ...', 'make', and 'make install'.
In the configure step you specify your favorite compilers and
the directory prefix where you want OpenMPI to be installed.
See the README file and the FAQ for the syntax details of 'configure'.
Then recompile openFOAM or whatever other MPI
program with the new OpenMPI.
My two cents,
Giacomo Rossi wrote:
> Hello, I try to compile a program qith mpif90 but I receive the following
> "Cannot open configuration file
> Error parsing data file mpif90: Not found"
> I've installed openmpi from archlinux repository and then I've compiled from
> source openfoam. Now I uninstall openfoam but I get this error again... How
> can I change the link for the correct wrapper (located in /usr/share/openmpi)?
> And how can I change from gfortran to ifort compiler? Can I just modify the
> Giacomo Rossi, Space Engineer, PhD Student
> University of Rome - Sapienza
> Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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