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Subject: [OMPI users] Error: argv0 not available
From: Austin Baker (asb93_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-09-01 12:20:59


All,

        I am quite new to using Open MPI as it is required by programs that I use for research. While running a chemistry program through Terminal, I inadvertently hit enter after I tried to run the program over multiple processors and am now getting one of two errors when I try and run the programs that I need. I've seen a couple of help topics that are along the same lines, but I can't seem to find an actual solution.

When I just ran the MPI this is the error I got
        Austins-iMac:man1 ABProds$ /Applications/OpenEye/arch/osx-10.7-x64/oedocking/3.0.0/mpi/bin/mpirun -np 3
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Sorry! You were supposed to get help about:
            orterun:executable-not-specified
        from the file:
            help-orterun.txt
        But I couldn't find any file matching that name. Sorry!

When I try and run other programs that I need this is the error:
        Austins-iMac:man1 ABProds$ /Applications/OpenEye/arch/osx-10.7-x64/oedocking/3.0.0/mpi/bin/mpirun -np 3 /Applications/arch/osx-10.7-x64/oedocking/3.0.0/fred -receptor ~/Documents/Research2012/FredData/Fyn_TargetSite.oeb -dbase ~/Documents/Research2012/FredData/Zinc1/TopScores/zinc_57078852.mo;2 -numposes 1500
        --------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Sorry! You were supposed to get help about:
            argv0-not-accessible
        from the file:
            help-rmgr-base.txt
        But I couldn't find any file matching that name. Sorry!

Very much appreciated for the help

Austin Baker
asb93_at_[hidden]
Graduate Student
Department of Chemistry
University of Pittsburgh

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