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Am 07.02.2014 um 17:42 schrieb Talla:
> I downloaded openmpi 1.7 and followed the installation instructions:
> cd openmpi
> ./configure --prefix="/home/$USER/.openmpi"
> make install
> export PATH="$PATH:/home/$USER/.openmpi/bin"
> export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/home/$USER/.openmpi/lib/"
> echo export PATH="$PATH:/home/$USER/.openmpi/bin" >> /home/$USER/.bashrc
> echo export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/home/$USER/.openmpi/lib/"
> >> /home/$USER/.bashrc
The ~/.bashrc is by default only sourced for a non-interactive login. Do you have access to the command when you source it by hand?
NB: To avoid getting any system wide `mpicc`... first, it's safer to specify your custom installation first in both assignments of the environment variables.
> No error messages appear, accept "nothing to do with all-em". However when I run mpicc or mpirun it says no command. So I am not sure if the mpi installed correctly in my red hat server or not. I don't know what I am missing so I would really appreciate it if you help me as I am struggling with this for a while.
> Thank you in advance. Talla
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