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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] [EXTERNAL] Possible to build ompi-1.4.3 or 1.4.5 without a C++ compiler?
From: Tim Prince (n8tm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-03-20 16:09:16


  On 03/20/2012 08:35 AM, Gunter, David O wrote:
> I wish it were that easy. When I go that route, I get error messages like the following when trying to compile the parallel code with Intel:
>
> libmpi.so: undefined reference to `__intel_sse2_strcpy'
>
> and other messages for every single Intel-implemented standard C-function.
>
> -david
> --
>
There was a suggestion in the snipped portion which suggested you use
gcc/g++ together with ifort; that doesn't appear to be what you mean by
"that route." (unless you forgot to recompile your .c files by gcc) You
have built some objects with an Intel compiler (either ifort or
icc/icpc) which is referring to this Intel library function, but you
apparently didn't link against the library which provides it. If you
use one of those Intel compilers to drive the link, and your environment
paths are set accordingly, the Intel libraries would be linked
automatically.
There was a single release of the compiler several years ago (well out
of support now) where that sse2 library was omitted, although the sse3
version was present.

-- 
Tim Prince